Blog & nieuws over installation
17 Dec 2020
Moving house? What can you do about your EV charger?If you are moving a house, you need to move with your EV charger. Note that initially, when you purchase a new EV charger you may be eligible for OLEV grant funding. However, if you are moving to a new home, you have the choice to either uninstall your EV charger and have it installed in your new house or install an entirely new one. Let us take a look at how the process works.
12 Oct 2020
Podpoint EV ChargersPodpoint EV chargers provide the best electric vehicle charging for the EV models. They are also ideal for both commercial and domestic environments. In this guide, we will delve into how you can install the chargers and how you can use it properly to protect your car’s battery life.
17 Sep 2020
Combining Tesla Powerwall and EV chargingAs an EV owner, you should have a reliable source of power to keep your car charged. Though you might have a good electric power source, Tesla Powerwall might be a great alternative just in case the unexpected happens. Therefore, in this piece, we will look at how you can combine EV chargers and Powerwall.
18 Aug 2020
How much does it cost to install an EV charger?Electric cars are the new trend in protecting the environment against harmful emissions and can save you a significant amount of money on fuel. These vehicles come with more modern features than their fuel counterparts. As such, a substantial number of people are opting to purchase electric cars. If you are contemplating owning an electric vehicle or already own one, it would be in your best interest to install a charge point in your home or business property. Having your very own electric car charger will give you total control over when to charge your car. However, most people don’t know how much money will be needed to cater for the purchase and installation of an EV charger. Read on to find out.
09 Jul 2020
What to Expect with the Installation of an EV Charger at HomeThe option to charge your electric vehicle at home ensures that you are fuelled up and ready to move. Interestingly, the residential charging of electric vehicles is highly convenient and cost-effective. For this reason, most EV drivers carry 80 percent of their charge at home using a electric vehicle charger. Before embracing electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE), several considerations ought to be factored in. If you are in a dilemma about an electric car charger installation, evaluate the following points.
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.