EV CHARGING INSTALLATION
MOVE WITH THE TIMES
New statistics show the UK’s transport revolution is well underway with EV registration numbers in the north of England rising to 74,677 in 2021.
More than a quarter of a million EVs now travel on UK roads and sales of plug-in vehicles have reached all-time highs, with 327,000 registered last year alone – a 77% rise compared to 2020.
We are specialist EV Charge Point Installers.
Working in both commercial and residential settings we offer competitive prices from
WHY CHOOSE US?
Our electrical team have worked tirelessly to ensure we are up to date with the latest training and certifications for the installation of EV charging points.
We are an extremely well-respected and trusted business in Lancashire and surrounding areas.
Our team supply and install EV charging points in both commercial and residential settings.
We only install established brands for our installations including podPoint and RolecEV.
The average unit rate for electricity in the UK is 14.4p per kilowatt-hours (kWh), but how much you pay depends on where you live and your home energy tariff. Crucially, charging an electric car at home should be cheaper than using a public charger.
As with charge point installation, there are a number of suppliers who offer various rates on electric cars charging electricity tariffs.
The actual cost depends on the size of the battery and the means of home charging, but even at a higher rate from a different supplier (9p to 14p per kWh), home charging remains by far the most affordable method of keeping an EV battery topped up.
You could pay as much as 69p per kWh to use an Ionity 350kW charger, while using the BP Pulse network could cost between 12p and 27p per kWh, depending on the rate of charge.
Free and cheaper charging points are available, but these tend to offer a slower rate of charge.