COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC CHARGE POINTS
The Department of Transport has set a target of 1.2 million plug-in cards on the road by 2020, and is supporting this aim with financial incentives within the domestic market. This has aided the electric car market to become one of the fastest growing in the UK. Installing a Charging Station now will put you in the position of being ready for this new market, while also setting you apart from the local competition.
How does it benefit my business?
More and more businesses are signing up to have Electric Vehicle Charging Points (EVCP) WHY?
- Attract new customers to your premises by having a public charge point visible on the Live Availability Map.
Increase your business Green credentials:
- Support the environment, reduce carbon dioxide emissions
- Attract more clients/customers
Electric Vehicle Charging
Many companies are providing charge points for their employees, clients and visitors free of charge, or with a small pay as you go fee. There are many options available; You can buy, lease and in some cases even receive a charge point free of charge. Just pay for the installation.
Having an EV charge point at your premises will most definitely bring more trade and more revenue to your business.
EV Life Ltd are trained electric vehicle EV charging point installers providing our services throughout South Wales. There are many electric vehicle charging points for both domestic and commercial. We offer a full service that includes site survey, electrical capacity survey design and installation also including ground works, signage and electrical installation.
Being OLEV accredited installers’ means we can offer up to date advice to help you determine the right solution for you. We are approved regional installers for Pod point , Chargemaster , Rolec and Zero Carbon world. Every business is different. Size, location, all go to determine what options are best suited to your organisation.
From initial enquiry through to final installation. All work is fully tested and commissioned by our qualified electricians to 17th edition BS 7671 standard and in line with the IET code of practice for electrical vehicle charging equipment installation.
To install the electric vehicle charging unit you must provide a suitable off-road location for the unit, the closer distance of your electricity distribution board the better. There must also be adequate existing electrical capacity within the distrubutuion board and GSM (mobile signal) to enable the unit to send and receive data.