Blog & nieuws over ev charger
15 Feb 2021
Why are some EV chargers more expensive than others?You’re online looking at an array of EV chargers. The brands look enticing, but some options are way cheaper. Why cheaper? Since we live in a world of scarce resources, it pays to be more economical. We want to save money. However, we want to make sure we maximise satisfaction. We do not want to waste money on cheap, low-quality commodities. Do not fear, in this article, we discuss why some EV chargers are more low-priced than others.
05 Feb 2021
Funding currently available for EVs and EV chargingTo achieve a green economy, the UK government is tirelessly working towards making all roadworthy vehicles emission-free by 2050. It is planning to ban all diesel and petrol cars in 2030. These targets are bold and with the technology available and the current market pressure, the transport sector is transforming to make a transition to use electric vehicles.
14 Jan 2021
The number of EV models available expected to rise as battery costs fallThe cost of EV batteries is a significant factor that determines how the EVs will stack up in the coming decades. While the battery costs are reducing, experts debate how far the dwindle will go before EVs hit a price parity. Our outlook is a long-term forecast of how electrification, shared mobility, and autonomous driving will impact road transport from now out to 2040.
01 Jan 2021
How to charge your car with renewable energyIt appears a relatively straightforward question, but there are a few interesting answers. Let’s examine some options available for electric car owners who are looking for somewhere to charge up. Generally speaking, it is best to charge up near or at the location you stay at the longest. For most of us, this means home, then work, then other places you visit, but let’s look at it in some more depth.
14 Dec 2020
The race for EV dominance has begunAn Electric Vehicle (EV) charging station, also referred to as an Electronic Charging Station (ECS), is a machine that provides electric energy for the recharging of plug-in electric vehicles. These include plug-in hybrid vehicles, electric cars, and neighbourhood electric vehicles.
07 Dec 2020
Can the UK power grid meet demand for an EV future?In power, the National Grid is the high-voltage energy transmission system. It links electricity generation plants and major substations to Great Britain. It ensures that everywhere there is a generation of electricity, it can meet the demand. The network spans to most parts of the United Kingdom and a couple of islands in the immediate area, not including Ireland.
27 Nov 2020
Is Wireless Charging the future of EV chargers?Electric cars are today recognised as the future of the automobile industry because of many reasons. For instance, they show incredible performance on the road. They are also efficient, easy to maintain, and, more importantly, environmentally friendly. Besides, their powerful batteries and reliable green charging stations play a vital role in developing these outstanding vehicles.
28 Oct 2020
New build properties built with EV chargers as standardImagine a world where you could plug in your car to the charger like a mobile phone and actually wake up to a full charge in the morning, all ready for the day’s drive. Sounds surreal, doesn’t it? Well, in the not so distant past, this would have been a dream that only the top 1% could afford to have. But now, thanks to constant innovation, home charging is well underway to becoming a reality. In fact, with the UK recently committing to banning all sales of diesel and petrol vehicles by 2030, new build homes will soon come equipped to charge an electric car, as standard.
22 Oct 2020
Can and are you allowed to install an EV charger yourself?Whenever you acquire a solar PV system or an electric vehicle, the seller may provide you with an option to install a charging point in your residence as well. For electric vehicle owners, it’s possible to charge the vehicle at your house through the use of a home charging point.