EV Car Charging for Home Owners
Going electric? Get the most out of your electric vehicle by installing electric vehicle charging points in your home.
Electric Vehicle Car Charging
Electric vehicles are becoming increasingly popular amongst home owners. Installing an EV charging point can provide many benefits, like dramatically reducing your carbon footprint, never needing to worry about having enough battery again and you can also save money by using cheap nighttime electricity rates as you can charge overnight with a home charging point.
There are various types of funding available to help you install electric vehicle charging points in your home. You can apply for the Home Scheme with the OLEV grant. You will need to lease or own a plug-in hybrid or full-electric vehicle and live in a property that has off-road parking. Eligible drivers can get cover for up to 75% of the cost of installing new EV charging points.
Electric vehicle charging points are straightforward to install and our team at Marshall & McCourt can answer any questions you have. Speak to our team today to find out how you can go electric and utilise your renewable energy!
Electricity is Cheaper Than Petrol or Diesel
Electricity runs cheaper than petrol or diesel per mile. You can also lower your costs even more by integrating renewable solar PV panels.
Reduce Your Carbon Footprint
Electric vehicles do not have exhaust systems, which means they don’t create emissions like other cars.
Low Maintenance and Easy to Install
Once installed, electric vehicle charging points need very little maintenance.
- Continuous improvement
- Deliver exceptional outcomes
- Be pioneers
EV Charging Points Leading Manufacturers
At Marshall and McCourt, we only work with the leading manufacturers of EV charging points and only install quality products with proven performance. These include EV box, Zappi, Project EV and Rolec to name a few.
Apply For Funding
- Finance options
- OLEV funding
Marshall & McCourt are recognised and accredited by a large array of organisations who specialise in the heating and renewable energy sectors.