EV Charger Installers In Connah’s Quay
Connah’s Quay is a town in the county of Flintshire. A diverse population you will hear many languages on the street, although the Welsh language is not widely spoken. Deeside College is a big employer in the town along with Connah’s Quay power station. The Flintshire Bridge spanning the River Dee is a well known landmark. The Deeside industrial estate and Tata Steel a good examples of the levels of industry in the area. Wepre Woods is a popular location with walkers.
The number of fully electric vehicles on Welsh roads is increasing as more drivers move away from traditional petrol and diesel cars. If you use an electric car why not consider taking advantage of the government grant available for an EV charge point, which will significantly reduce installation costs. Although there are EV charging points in public locations, with an EV charging point at your home or business you will have hassle free charging.
What Is The Government OLEV Grant?
The Office For Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) is a government department that supports the growth of electric vehicles in the UK. To increase electric vehicle charging infrastructure throughout Britain, OLEV has introduced grant funding to help reduce the installation costs of EV charging points. The grant is available to electric vehicle owners and leaseholders, businesses and public sector local authorities. The grant is divided into 3 schemes, which have been operating since March 2016.
Electric Vehicle Home Charge Scheme
Sometimes referred to as the domestic OLEV grant, the electric vehicle home charge scheme provides up to £500 off the cost of a single point EV charge point. To qualify for the scheme you must meet the following criteria:
- Electric Vehicle must be eligible
- Must have off-street parking
- Registered owner or leaseholder
Workplace Charge Point Scheme
The workplace charge point scheme was introduced to support businesses who want to install EV charge points for their customers and employees. The grant provides £300 off the cost of the purchase and installation of a single socket EV charger. Businesses can claim the grant for up to 20 EV charge points.
On-Street Residential Charge Point Scheme
The on-street residential charge point scheme provides grant funding for local authorities, towards the cost of installing on-street residential EV charge points for electric cars.LEARN MORE
Why Choose Us?
We are one of a small number of government certified EV charge point installers in Connah’s Quay who can complete the grant application on your behalf and then install your new EV charge point to the highest standard. Our team will guide you through every stage of the EV charge point installation, from initial installation through to ongoing maintenance.
- Customer service
- Industry experts
- Leading installer
Get In Touch
Give us a call on 0151 649 8350 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We install EV Charge Points in Connah’s Quay and right across North Wales for homeowners & businesses. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with any questions you might have about EV Charge Points.