Electric Vehicle Charging Point and Govt Grant

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    Electric Vehicle Charging Point and Govt Grant

    I read the story on the main site about grants for putting EV charging points in and thought that might be a good idea. I have a tenant with electric vehicles and thought it would future proof the property. The grant is for 75% of the cost up to £350.

    Imagine my surprise when the first price I got was £1200 and the feral cost appears to be £500 AFTER deducting the grant!

    Any idea what figures the Govt is using to get 75% and £350?

    #2
    feral? ..............

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      #3
      Originally posted by Neelix View Post
      feral? ..............
      Jaguar have anounced that their car ranges are going all-electric?

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        #4
        Originally posted by nukecad View Post
        Jaguar have anounced that their car ranges are going all-electric?
        No rush eh. Tesla announced it was going all electric in 2003.
        If you must shift 2.5 ton of metal to go and buy a pint of milk then better it's powered by renewables.....

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          #5
          Originally posted by Neelix View Post
          feral? ..............
          Average! Don't know what happened there

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            #6
            Just be careful what you are being quoted for. No 2 installations are the same and there are a lot of differences between the chargers available

            I'd be looking at an un-tethered charger with OPEN technology

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              #7
              Thanks! At this cost I won't be doing it all all.

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                #8
                It's 75% of total cost of install ( likely to be £1200+ ) so the grant will always reach 350. The national companies will quote fixed price for a standard install. You could future proof the property by getting the cable and accessories installed and maybe the tenants could pay for the charge point? Just be aware that there are different regs for a charger for outdoor use

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