EV Charging

At YESSS Electrical, we stock a number of EV charging products to suit a range of different needs.

Electric vehicles are rising in popularity. As a result of this, an increasing amount of businesses and homeowners are opting to invest in their own EV chargers. There are plenty of benefits of getting an EV charging station installed, such as cheaper pricing and added convenience. Installing your own EV charger can also provide you with more control over the maintenance of your electric vehicle.

If you want to install an EV charging station at your home or business, we can provide you with the best product to suit your needs. We supply a range of commercial, workplace and domestic electric vehicle charging stations, as well as a selection of EV charger accessories; including charging leads, distribution boards and locks.

Take a look at our comprehensive range of EV charging products today.

FAQs

Are there different types of EV chargers?

Yes, there are three main types of EV chargers: rapid, fast and slow. These categories relate to the power outputs and charging speeds of the chargers. Rapid chargers are the fastest type of electric charger, they are usually found at motorway services. Fast chargers can be seen at supermarkets, car parks and leisure centres, whilst slow chargers are the usual choice for domestic properties as homeowners can charge their electric vehicles overnight whilst energy prices are lower.

Where can I install an EV charger?

If you’re installing your Electric vehicle charger at home, you can get the device fitted into your garage, on an outdoor wall or on off-street parking. Most businesses get EV chargers installed in company car parks.

How much do EV chargers cost?

Domestic car chargers usually cost around £800. This price increases to approximately £1000 when installation costs are applied. Government grants of around £350 are available from the Office for Low Emission Vehicle (OLEV) to help reduce the price that homeowners pay to get their EV charger installed. Additionally, the Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme (EVHS) is another form of government funding which contributes up to 75% of the total costs of installing a home EV charger.

For commercial chargers, installations can average at between £1000 - £2500 plus VAT, depending on the type of charger selected.