Blog & nieuws over grants
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.
11 Sep 2020
The choice to go electric or not, is it cheaper?Over the last few years, electric cars are increasingly becoming the most appealing alternative to the traditional combustion engined car, or fossil fuel-powered automobiles. But how do the costs of running them stack up? Should you be wanting a direct answer, yes, electric cars have cheaper running costs solely based on fuel costs. When you factor in other particulars like maintenance costs, they are much more of a better option. In Electric vehicles (EVs) the brake system lasts longer than in fuel-powered vehicles. They have less moving parts and require fewer fluid changes. Not yet convinced? Keep reading.
01 Sep 2020
Green Home Grant Update 3The Government’s Green Home Grant has received further updates this week, customers can now check their eligibility on the Government endorsed Simple Energy Advice website and also have more information on how the grant scheme will work alongside other funding schemes.
05 Aug 2020
Green Home Grant updateThis week the Government has announced further information on the Green Home Grant. The information includes who is applicable for the vouchers and how much funding is available for those who apply.
10 Jul 2020
Green home grant schemeA new Government grant was announced this week by Chancellor Rishi Sunak with aims to kickstart the UK economy after the coronavirus lockdown.
09 Jul 2020
What are the Benefits of Driving Electric?Very soon, most people will opt for electric cars over the traditional diesel or petrol engine vehicles. This move will either find its inspiration from what is hot in the market or from a series of cost considerations. Either way, this is a future that no one can deny, and the government is sure to make much effort to make it happen. The best part of such a move is that EVs come with many advantages. When weighing electric car pro’s and cons, you will probably find a ratio of 7:3, respectively, and there’s a chance that even the 30% negativity will go away with time. In a more particular way, here are benefits of electric cars that you will sign up to enjoy when purchasing one.
11 Dec 2019
Financial support for your EV home charging solutionTo reduce emissions that come with internal combustion engine vehicles, the UK government has been developing initiatives to support the adoption of electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles. To fulfil this mandate, the government has been deploying electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure across the country through the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV). This includes the provision of grants for electric car charger installation around newly built homes and workplaces.