EV Charging Installations
With the sale of new petrol and diesel cars banned in the UK by the year 2030, many vehicle owners will be making the switch to electric or hybrid. The sale of electric vehicles is already on the rise, increasing the need for EV charging points. AC1 Electrical can design and install your new charging point at home, work, or for public use, providing you with the infastrutre you need for an eco-friendly transport system.
Our EV charging solutions are available to Landlords, Homeowners and businesses in London, Essex, Hertfordshire and Cambridge and the surrounding areas. If your Concerned about the cost? Call us or Get in touch here to find out more about the funding that the Goverment is provideing and grant schemes available. No need to worry, we will do all the paperwork for you!
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Net Zero by 2050
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Landlords and Property Owners
Business premises and the Workplace
Chargers to suit your Budget
Anderson EV Charge Point
Supply and installation of Anderson EV Charge Points £1125.00
Rolec EV Charge Point
Supply and installation of Rolec EV Charge Points £610.00
Project EV Charge Point
Supply and installation of Project EV Charge Points £536.00
Hypervolt EV Charge Point
Supply and installation of Hypervolt EV Charge Points £809.00
Commercial EV Charge Points
Supply and installation of Commercial EV Charge Points
How it works
Get in Touch
Give us a call or book online to arrange a site survey or installation of your new Electric Vehicle Charger.
Get your Grant
Leave it to us, We will claim £350.00 from the Goverment to go towards the installtion of your new E.V Charge point.
Our fully equiped and qualified engineer will attend to carry out the installation of your new E.V Charger.
Electric Vehicle Charging Installations Prices
Site Survey and Government Grant Application
Supply and Install new Rolec E.V Charge Point
Supply and Install new Hypervolt E.V Charge Point
Supply and Install new Anderson E.V Charge Point
Supply and Install new Project E.V Charge Point
Commercial Electric Vehicle Charge Points
Get in Contact or book a free site survey online
Installing an EV Charging Point in London, Essex, Hertfordshire and Cambridge
At AC1 Electrical, our qualified and professional electricians can assist with EV charging point installations in London, Essex, Hertfordshire and Cambridge and the surrounding areas. We can discuss with you the logistics and the cost of installing an EV charging station on your premises. We are more than happy to work with you and your requirements in London, Essex, Hertfordshire and Cambridge.
AC1 Electrical are a government authorised installer and can apply for EV government grant schemes on behalf of homeowners and businesses looking to install EV charging points. We can help individuals or organisations across in London, Essex, Hertfordshire and Cambridge, just get in touch to find out more.
We can claim a Grant of up to £70,000.00 towards your EV Charging Installtion, see below for details:-
A grant of up to £350 is available per socket
A maximum grant of up to £14,000 is permitted
Applicants must be registered with Companies House or have a VAT registration
Workplaces must be able to provide private parking reserved for staff or fleet use only
For small accommodation businesses and charities
A grant of up to £350 grant is available per socket
A maximum grant of up to £14,000 is permitted with a limit of 40 applications
Applicants must be a registered charity or, if an accommodation business, employ less than 250 employees
Accommodation providers and charities must be able to provide off-street parking but staff and visitors are permitted to use the charge points
For owners of commercially let properties
A grant of up to £350 is available per socket
A maximum grant of up to £35,000 is permitted with a limit of 100 applications
Applicants must be a registered business or a public authority. If they are a private entity, they may be registered with Companies House, have a VAT registration, or be a private registered provider of social housing
The property must be a commercially let unit and have associated parking with it
The charge point must be installed in private parking space that is reserved for staff or fleet use only
A grant of up to £850 is available per parking bay
A maximum grant of up to £15,000 is permitted per building with a limit of 5 applications
Grants will also be given towards supporting infrastructure to allow a charge point to be installed at a later date, up to £500 per bay is available
Applicants must be a registered with Companies House or have a VAT registration
Businesses must employ less than 250 employees
The charge point must be installed with private parking
A minimum of five bays should be set aside for EV charging however only one must have a charge point installed
OZEV Home charge scheme - for homeowners and those renting
The current criteria is:
A grant of £350 is available towards the cost of a charge point
Applicants must have a qualifying electric vehicle
Applicants must have off-street parking
Only one application is allowed per person
The scheme will run until 31 March 2022. Charge points must be installed by this date with claims submitted by 30 April 2022.
From 2022, the grant scheme will change. These are the new criteria:
Building owners, including landlords and social housing providers
A grant of up to £350 per socket is available
A maximum grant up to £70,000 is permitted with a limit of 200 applications
Applicants must be a registered business or public authority. If they are a private entity, they may be registered with Companies House, have a VAT registration, or be a private registered provider of social housing.
The property must have associated private parking. There is no limit as to how many charge point sockets can be installed in each property within the overall maximum grant available
Owners of apartment blocks
A grant of up to £30,000 is available per building
A limit of 30 applications is permitted per year per applicant.
The grant available per application will depend on how many parking bays can be provided with a charge point socket, a grant of up to £850 is available per bay
Grants of up to £500 per bay will also be provided for supporting infrastructure to allow a charge point to be installed at a later date Applicants must be a registered business or a public authority. If they are a private entity, they may be registered with Companies House, have a VAT registration, or be a private registered provider of social housing
The property must have associated private parking. There is no limit as to how many charge point sockets can be installed in each property within the overall £30,000 grant per property
A minimum of five bays must be set aside for EV charging with at least one of which having a working charge point installed
What Our Customers Are Saying
I hired AC1 to install an EV charging point at my property and they were very accommodating and efficient. They were able to give me a quote and organise an installation date very quickly, so I was never left waiting. An excellent service overall, would highly recommend AC1.
08 Jul 2021
"“My team and I are dedicated to creating a better and brighter future for our planet.”"
We all know how important electric vehicles are to reducing carbon emissions. My team and I are dedicated to creating a better and brighter future for our planet and for our customers. We can install a brand new EV charging station on your premises, charging your car in a matter of hours.
Improve your home, business or rental properties in London, Essex, Hertfordshire and Cambridge by going green with AC1 Electrical Services. Get in touch with us to start your electric vehicle journey today.
Tony Rumsey, Managing Director
Frequently asked questions about Electric Vehicle Charging Installations
AC1 is fully insured for domestic and commercial electrical work, including EV charging point installation, on customer premises.
AC1 is trusted to complete electrical maintenance, repair and installations to the highest standard. If there is any problem with our services, please contact us in writing. If we are at fault, we will rectify the issue immediately.
Qualified and certified electricians are insured to carry out EV charging point installations in London, Essex, Hertfordshire and Cambridge. Legally, you can do your own electrical work, but we would recommend choosing a professional electrician for this level of installation. Our electricians can also complete an electrical safety test after installing your EV charging point, ensuring your outdoor electrics are up to standards.
EV stands for electric vehicle and refers to cars that aren’t powered using petrol or diesel.
Yes. At AC1 Electrical, we support the installation of EV charging stations for both residential and commercial use. Whether you’re a homeowner, business owner or landlord, we can provide the perfect EV charging solutions for you.
In most circumstances, planning permission isn’t a necessity when installing an EV charging point onto your premises. Residential areas and areas lawfully used for off-street parking do not require planning permission, but if your EV charging points are being used commercially it’s always worth checking with your local council.
The length of time it takes to charge your electric vehicle depends on the size of your battery and the speed of the charging point. EV charging can take from as little as half an hour to 12 hours to complete, but on average takes under 8 hours.
You will receive a fixed price quote before EV charging point installation in London, Essex, Hertfordshire and Cambridge. There’s nothing more to pay.
During installation or safety testing, we may uncover the need for additional remedial work. If this happens, you will be given a clear quotation for this electrical work - but you will not be obliged to use us further.