Perfect Sense Energy and our sister company Energise Contracting are qualified to install EV Chargers. Electric Vehicles are becoming increasingly common in the modern day shift to sustainability. Chargers at your site will help employees and company fleets benefit from reduces costs and reduced carbon output. The installation of EV Charging facilities at your workplace will future-proof your business. By 2030, new petrol and diesel car sales will be banned in the UK, meaning this decade will see a huge shift towards electric vehicles. Many are already making the change, with more affordable options and a wider range of make and model.
Whether you’re moving towards an electric fleet, or your staff are moving to electric vehicles for commuting, it offers a great incentive to make the switch and allows easier travel in a sustainable way. There are also financial benefits of electric vehicles, as a number of exemptions and benefits are available to businesses with electric fleets.
When paired with a Solar PV System, Smart Chargers can ensure your vehicles are charged when it is most efficient, meaning less wasted energy and less reliance on grid power. This technology is already becoming popular with our clients as they continue their sustainability journey. Could your business be next? Get in touch today by using our contact form or calling us on 01942 367599, and our team of experts will offer bespoke advice for your site and requirements.
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Electric Vehicle Charging FAQ
Is EV Charing Free?
Although a number of EV charge points are free to use, the majority of fast and rapid chargers require payment. Charging tariffs tend to comprise a cost per energy consumed (pence per kWh), though a price per charging time (pence per hour) may be found, or a set fee for a charging session.
What does EV Charging mean?
An electric vehicle charging station is also called an EV charging station, electric recharging point, charging point, charge point, electronic charging station (ECS), and electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE). This is an element of an infrastructure that supplies electric energy for the recharging of plug-in electric car.
Can I charge an electric car at home?
You can charge an electric car at home using a dedicated home charging point (a standard 3 pin plug with an EVSE cable should only be used as a last resort).