£699 Full price
£199 With OLEV grant
£749 Full price
£249 With OLEV grant
£1199 Full price
£699 With OLEV grant*
With over 25 unit variations available, the versatile WALLPOD:EV
charging range provides low cost, entry level electric vehicle
charging in both Mode 2 and Mode 3 formats for home and
Designed to be compatible with all current PHEVs and EVs, the
WALLPOD:EV is the UK’s favourite charging point - with over 50,000 in
operation throughout the country.
The WALLPOD:EV range provides Mode 3 fast charging in both 3.6kW
and 7.2kW, as well as superfast 11kW and 22kW, speeds
Note: Your cable or vehicle may restrict you from charging at the full 3.6KW, 7.2KW, 11KW or 22KW charging rates
* 3 phase supply required
Priced for standard installation, consultation required.
SPT Electrical Services are fully qualified and approved Electric vehicle charger installers, anything from domestic, on-street to commercial and industrial installations
We are OLEV (Office of Low Emission Vehicles) approved charger point installers. Please see www.gov.uk/olev
OLEV approval allows us to offer you savings on your installs as we are able to gain government grants.
Please contact us for more details on how you could benifit from the OLEV grant
Here at SPT Electrical Services we install and maintain Home EV Chargers right across the Midlands. We are also one of the few OLEV (Office For Low Emission Vehicles) approved installers in the Midlands. This means that we are able to install EV Chargers under the ‘Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme’.
What is the electric vehicle homecharge scheme?
The ‘Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme’ is a government grant, for EV Chargers, provided by the Office For Low Emission Vehicles. The aim of the grant is to encourage people to embrace electric cars. The grant is a contribution of up to 75% (max of £500) of the cost of a single point, home EV charger. This means we are able to install home EV Chargers at a discounted rate.
Do I qualify for the electric vehicle homecharge scheme?
To qualify for the ‘Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme’ you must have a eligible electric or plugin hybrid vehicle, which you are the registered owner or leaseholder. Your vehicle must have been purchased after the 1st of April 2015. You must also have off-street parking and have the EV charge point installed by an OLEV approved installer.
Here at SPT Electrical Services we install and maintain EV Chargers for businesses right across the Midlands. We are proud to be one of the few OLEV (Office For Low Emission Vehicles) approved installers, in the Midlands. This means that we are able to install commercial EV Chargers under the ‘Workplace Chargepoint Scheme’. We can install a range of EV Chargers for a range of applications such as retail outlets, employee parking, leisure centres, town centres and much more. Our commercial EV Chargers are tough, robust and can even be customised with your own branding.
The ‘Workpace Chargepoint Scheme’ is a goverment grant, for workplace EV Chargers, provided by the Office For Low Emission Vehicles. The aim of the grant is to support businesses who are considering installing EV Chargers, at their workplace, for their employees or customers. The grant provides £300 off the cost of purchasing and installing a single socket EV Charger. You are able to claim the grant for up to a maximum of 20 charging points (20 single socket or 10 double socket charge points).
The ‘Workplace Chargepoint Scheme’ is available to any business, charity or public authority. To qualify for the scheme you must have off-street parking. The EV Charger must also be installed by an OLEV approved installer.
The workplace charge scheme is a voucher based scheme. To get your voucher you must first fill in the online application form, If your application is successful you will receive a voucher code via email. The voucher is valid for 4 months. When booking your EV Charger installation with us please forward us your voucher code and we will do the rest.
Here at SPT Electrical Services we install and maintain EV Chargers for the public sector, right across the Midlands. We are one of the few OLEV (Office For Low Emission Vehicles) approved installers in the Midlands. This means that we are able to install EV Chargers under the ORCS (On-Street Residential Chargepoint Scheme). We have recently installed EV Chargers for local authorities, councils, university’s and colleges.
The ‘On-Street Residential Chargepoint Scheme’ provides grant funding for local authorities, towards the cost of installing on-street residential charge points for electric vehicles. The aim of the grant is to provide charging infrastructure to people who don’t have access to off-street parking. The scheme provides up to £7,500 towards an EV Charger.
To qualify for the scheme the local authority must have explicit support of the Highways Authority. The local authority must prove there is existing demand in the area, or explain the reason why they want to install an EV charger on that street. The EV Charge points must be placed in residential areas that lack off-street parking, with pay-as-you-go access and be able to provide data to OLEV (Office For Low Emission Vehicles) for 3 years.
The on-street residential chargepoint scheme gives local authorities access to the £2.5 million grant. This can be used to partially fund the procurement and installation of on-street EV Charger infastructure. The scheme is managed and supported by the Energy Saving Trust. Residents are able to submit a request with their local council for an on-street EV Charger. Funding is available for 75% of the cost of installation and a parking bay. The remaining 25% must be funded by the local authority.
Here we answer some of the questions we are most commonly asked about EV Chargers.
Using an EV charger at home is the most popular way for an electric car owner to charge their vehicle. This is as they can avoid queuing at a petrol station and paying the high prices. Instead they can just charge their car whilst they sleep.
The time it takes to charge an electric car depends on two factors. The capacity of the electric cars battery and the power output of your domestic EV charger. Typical charge times are around 6-8 hours using a 3kw charger, 3-4 hours using a 7kw, 1 hour at 22kw and around 30 minutes using a 43-50kw EV charge point.
Charging an electric car can be extremely low cost in comparison to filling up a petrol or diesel car. Charging your car at home is very convenient. However, you may worry about how much it costs to recharge your electric car. At home, charging your electric car will typically cost between £1 and £3 for around 100 miles of range.
In 2016 the governments Office For Low Emission Vehicles introduced a grant for electric and plugin hybrid owners, who wanted to install an EV charger at their home. The grant is formally know as the Electric Vehicle Home Charge Scheme. The grant offers a contribution of up to 75% off (up to the cost of £500) the purchase and installation of a single point EV charge point. The remaining 25% must be funded by the home owner. Here at Applegarth we are proud to be accredited by OLEV (Office For Low Emission Vehicles) to install EV chargers under the scheme in Wirral, Liverpool, Chester, Cheshire, Manchester, North Wales & beyond.
Electric cars can be charged using a standard domestic 13amp wall socket. However, it is much safer and faster to use a dedicated EV charge point.
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· BYD e6
· Citroen CZero
· Hyundai IONIQ Electric
· Kia Soul EV
· Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric Drive
· Nissan e-NV200 (5-seater and 7-seater)
· Nissan LEAF
· Peugeot iON
· Renault ZOE
· Smart fortwo electric drive
· Smart forfour electric drive
· Tesla Model S
· Tesla Model X
· Toyota Mirai
· Volkswagen e-up!
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· Audi A3 e-tron
· BMW 225xe
· BMW 330e
· BMW 530e
· Hyundai IONIQ PHEV
· Kia Niro PHEV
· Kia Optima PHEV
· Mercedes-Benz C350 e (with 17 inch rear wheels)
· Mercedes-Benz E350 e SE
· MINI Countryman PHEV
· Mitsubishi Outlander (except Commercial)
· Toyota Prius Plug-in
· Volkswagen Golf GTE
· Volkswagen Passat GTE
· Volvo V60 D5 Twin Engine
· Volvo V60 D6 Twin Engine
· Volvo XC90 T8 Twin Engine Momentum (2017 model year only)
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· BD Otomotiv eTraffic
· BD Otomotiv eDucato
· Citroen Berlingo
· Mitsubishi Outlander Commercial
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· Peugeot ePartner
· Renault Kangoo ZE
· LDV EV80 van
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