Fast, Safe, Convenient charging for your Electric Vehicle from your home.
HOME CHARGING ELECTRIC VEHICLE POINTS
INSTALLATION POINT - ELECTRIC VEHICLE
A personal charge point for your home makes charging your electric vehicle faster, safer and more convenient. No more extension leads, worrying about plug connections outside or wondering whether you are overloading your home’s electrical supply.
Cawoods will advise you on the type and positioning of your charge point and install a dedicated electrical circuit, as well as discussing any additional sockets you may want to have installed.
SOLAR PV INTEGRATION
Driving an electric car that is charged by your solar panels is an excellent way to ensure your transportation is both cost-efficient and emissions-free.
Many EV owners think of the purchasing a solar system as pre-buying their fuel for the next few years – at a cost that is very quickly repaid.
With rising energy costs and the ever increasing prices of public charge points, it makes perfect sense to charge your vehicle at home for free. A typical 4kWp residential solar PV system will produce enough energy to power both your home and charge your electric car.
BENEFITS AT A GLANCE
EV CHARGE POINTS AND THE BENEFITS OF HOME INSTALLATION
Our EV charge points communicate directly with your car, making charging at home much safer.
Charging time is reduced by 30-60% depending on the car, making charging at home much quicker.
No more extension leads or wondering whether you are overloading your home’s electrical supply.
High performance, smart charging with a host of smart enabled services.
Power your electric vehicle by the sun if integrated with a residential solar PV system.
ELECTRIC VEHICLE FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Want to know more? get in contact with us at Cawoods Electricians to schedule your free call to work out if you can benefit from an EV Charging Point.
A 'smart' EV charge point is a charge point which is connected to the internet. There are a number of advantages of installing a smart charge point including; energy usage reports, remote diagnostics and over the air updates.
This will depend on the EV charger’s power output and the charging mode you select, as well as the size of your car battery. Some electric cars can charge in as little as 30 minutes, while others may take 4 hours or more.