The Commercial EV Charging Experts
Whether you are a property developer constructing residential units or a property owner seeking to offer charging options for your tenants, we have the perfect solution for your business.
As experts in EV charging solutions, we are well-equipped to offer custom and intelligent solutions for your larger residential and commercial property needs. We understand the unique challenges that may arise when setting up a multi-unit charging network and are committed to delivering creative solutions that exceed your expectations.
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If you are a property developer you should be thinking about installing EV charge points already now! You are probably aware that the from some time in 2022, all new build developments will be required to install one charge point per parking space.
And the best time to plan this is at the beginning of the project – don’t leave it to the end. Installing charge points is not like installing a fridge. They need serious power and cables to supply it. Do you have enough electricity coming in to supply the units, and if not, is there something that can be done? Is there a way to have multiple chargers in one spot? How can you ensure that the individual residents pay for their electricity, and not the communal supply? The answers to these questions are our bread and butter.
The market has already proven that buyers and renters are looking for this when searching for their future home, and it’s a sure way to increase property value. It’s also an invaluable infrastructure investment for the future.
Whether it’s houses or flats, new builds or just refurbishments – the earlier on in the development you plan the installation, the easier it will be. So don’t wait – contact us today to see how we can advise, and save you hassle and money.
Do you own houses for private rental, or are you a provider of social housing? What about flats or apartment blocks [multi-unit dwellings]?
Tenants are increasing looking for properties that can allow them to charge their cars on site – the more EV’s there are on the road, the more demand there will be in the rental market for properties with these facilities. Let’s imagine you are looking to rent a property, and you own an EV. If you are going to choose between a rental with a charge point or without, the choice is already made. With a little investment you can tip the market in your favour. Make the right choice and install the ideal charger for your properties.
Don’t forget, the OZEV Government Grant allows you to install charging points at up to 200 of your rental properties, regardless of whether they are houses or flats. You can receive up to £350 per charging point.
In addition, if you own buildings of flats or apartments you might be eligible to claim up to £850 per charging point. One building with 35 parking spaces could obtain over £40,000 to fund installation of charge points for all parking spaces. And this grant is available for each block of flats or apartments you own, up to a maximum of 30 buildings per year.
Whether you are the owner of commercial property, or whether you are a business owner, chances are that you will have staff at work who have an EV. And if not right now, it’s inevitable in the coming months and years.
You can provide EV charging points as a company perk, and allow your employees to charge their cars while they are working. They will know that they can get on with their work without having to worry about recharging their vehicle for the journey home. Or if you prefer, you can charge the staff to use the service, per energy unit or a flat fee. It’s up to you. The same with schools and universities. We can advise your options. We have the experience – speak to us.
And of course, your customers. If you have private parking, customers will be attracted knowing that while they shop they can charge their car. And again, you can choose to allow this as a free complimentary service to your customers, or to charge them. Contact us, and we can help you draw up a commercial plan for your charging units.
If you are in the accommodation industry you are of course always looking to provide the best service for your customers. And this of course includes providing the option from them to charge their EV. This is not a luxury – this is a necessity!
Speak to us today to see how we can plan around your pre-existing infrastructure – and of course, don’t forget the Government Grant. We can do it all.
Welcome to our FAQ page, where we aim to answer all of your questions regarding our electric vehicle charging solutions. We understand that transitioning to electric vehicles and EV charging units can be a new experience for many of our clients, which is why we have compiled a list of frequently asked questions to help provide clarity and guidance. Our team of experts is always available to answer any additional questions you may have, so please don’t hesitate to contact us for more information.
Our chargers come with a software solution which requires those who wish to use the chargers to register first. Users must download an app onto their smart phone and while registering submit payment details, via which they are automatically billed.
Yes, you can set a tariff for charging as you wish, either according to the amount of electricity used or time spent connected to the system.
Yes, we can provide a system which allows users to activate the system with a swipe (RFID) card. This is ideal for residents who use the system regularly.
The software can be set to apply a surcharge for those who occupy the parking space for longer than they need to charge their vehicle, thus incentivising them to move the car when fully charged.
Of course, you can allow staff or residents to charge for free, but they will need to log in and unlock the charger first.
Part of our pre-installation work involves a careful evaluation of how much load the system already in place can handle. And the software which accompanies the chargers can do automatic ‘load management’.
Load management is where the network intelligently monitors the total electricity being used throughout the charging network. When multiple units are being used simultaneously, the hub unit will reduce the power to each charger to ensure the system is not overloaded. When less are being used it will allow for more power.
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