A domestic charging point is essential for anyone who owns a plug-in vehicle. Most of your vehicles charging will be carried out at your home

Take Charge ECO Ltd offers a wide range of affordable domestic charging units, we can supply and fit units that meet your vehicle and personal charging requirements.

 

EVHS (Electric Vehicle Home charge Scheme)

Step 1. Choose a charger

  • OLEV Approved
  • Tethered & Untethered
  • Smart – WiFi, Ethernet and Bluetooth
  • PIN security
  • Adjustable power output
  • 2 Year Extended Warranty
  • Software support
  • OLEV Approved
  • Tethered & Untethered
  • Smart – WiFi, Ethernet and Bluetooth
  • Remote locking
  • Adjustable power output
  • 2 Year Extended Warranty
  • Software support
  • OLEV Approved
  • Tethered
  • Smart – WiFi, Ethernet and Bluetooth
  • Remote locking
  • Cable storage
  • 2 Year Extended Warranty
  • Software support
  • OLEV Approved
  • Solar optimisation
  • Tethered
  • Smart – WiFi, Ethernet and Bluetooth
  • home energy management.
  • 2 Year Extended Warranty
  • Software support

Step 2. Check you meet the OLEV conditions

Residents must provide evidence of being the registered keeper or lessee or be named as the primary user of an eligible EV or plug-in vehicle to be able to claim the grant.

Only one claim per vehicle can be made, even if you own more than one home.

However, a single customer can claim one charging point per vehicle, for up to two vehicles.

A list of qualifying electric vehicles is maintained at: https://www.gov.uk/plug-in-car.

The grant is only applicable for residential addresses with designated private off-street parking.

If you are not the property owner and freeholder of the building, signed written permission and a proof of address from the appropriate owner or a management company must be obtained prior to installation of the charge point.

Any the area where the installation of a charge point may affect another property owner, written permission, and a proof of address from the appropriate owners must be obtained prior to installation of the charge point.

If you are the property owner and freeholder of a listed building, Take Charge ECO Ltd requires listed consent from the local planning authority.

https://www.gov.uk/government/

chargepoint.grants@olev.gsi.gov.uk

Step 3. Book in a site survey