The growth in electric vehicles (EVs) and Plug-In hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) is climbing, by 2026 it is forecast that a fifth of all new cars sold will require charging. Don’t underestimate the commercial attraction of convenience, it is a fact that EV drivers are more likely to visit venues that provide EV charging.
EV drivers don’t always expect to charge for free, and as such your EV charging infrastructure can be a great additional revenue stream for your facility. The installation of EV charging will also boost your "green credentials" helping you to demonstrate environmentally conscious business ethics. It could even provide you with some excellent marketing opportunities to enhance your public profile.
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Since August 2005 David Pearce Electrical has been a registered member of the ECA. We are regularly assessed by Certsure (trading as NICEIC). Certsure is the foremost and largest certification body for the electrical contracting industry in the UK. In 2017 we celebrated our 25th year of trading.
@DPEC_Ltd@tillathenun Just like when charging an EV, the 13amp unit is for occasional use only & should not be your default charging method. Overload is one issue but open PEN conduct failure & DC fault currents are equally major safety concerns to protect against when installing EV Charging. #safety
If your EV charging requirements aligned to the Workplace Charging Scheme (WCS) then you will be able to save money on your EV charging install.
As UK Government Office of Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV) approved installers, we can help you to take advantage of the relevant grant funding, which at present can be up to £14,000 for a commercial installation. Contact us today for further information.
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