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What type of EV charging point do you need?

There are three types of EV charge point you can install for business use. These include those you install at your employees’ homes, charge points at your business premises for employees and guests, and then commercial charge points you can use to incentivise customers to visit your premises.

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Frequently Asked Questions

No, EV charging points require specialist knowledge to install and can only be done by a trained professional. It's not possible to fit them yourself or utilise an electrician without the required expertise.

How you pay for EV charging depends on the EV charge point. Most public EV charge points require an app to download and manage. You can also use an EV charge card which works in much the same way as a fuel card would.

The time an EV takes to charge in full depends on two factors, the size of the battery in question and the type of charging point. Bigger batteries require more charge much like bigger fuel tanks with petrol or diesel.

There are also three charge options. These are the standard 3-pin socket which takes the longest amount of time to charge, the 7-pin Type 2 cable and the Combined Charging System (CCS) socket which adds a further 2 pins to the Type 2 cable.

Some EV charging points provide free use, but this is almost always to incentivise visiting a commercial premises. Examples include gyms, hotels and supermarkets, and you will likely need to prove you are a customer of the venue to use them.

An EV charging point is a specialist electricity output which enables you to charge an electric vehicle. Unlike a standard socket it features increased connectivity to optimise the charging process, allowing your EV to access electricity at a quicker and more efficient rate.

It's possible to install two or even more charge points at your business premises. The government’s Office for Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV) grant or Workplace Charging Scheme (WWCS) can provide partial funding for up to 40 charge points to be installed.

If you are looking to charge two EVs from the same charge point, there are several products available which enable you to do so including splitters and adaptors. It’s worth pointing out that this will usually half the speed at which your EVs charge.