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We can apply on behalf of you for your OLEV grant.​ We just need some information to get started.

Home/Domestic charging points In order to apply for an OLEV Grant:

  • Customers must have off-street parking attached to the property, garage, or driveway. ​
  • The property must be a dwelling.
  • Grant of up to £350 for 75% of the total cost of the installation.
  • Only one charge point per house, unless they have 2x eligible vehicles.
  • Max is 2x charge points.
  • Obtained the vehicle, new or used, on or after 1st October 2016.
  • The customer must be registered keeper / lease or have the vehicle in order to arrive within 4 months (with paperwork).

Funding availability & The Electric Vehicle Home Charge Scheme

Electric vehicle users can receive funding from OLEV (Office for Low Emission Vehicles) and OZEV to install a home charger for their plug-in vehicle through the Electric Vehicle Home charge Scheme.

This provides a grant of up to 75% of the eligible costs of charge point installation* for the registered keeper, lessee or nominated primary user of a new or second-hand eligible electric vehicle

To receive funding or grant aid the customer must use an OLEV accredited supplier. EV Chargers Kent are fully OLEV accredited meaning you can take advantage ofany available grants

*capped £350

Funding availability & The Electric Vehicle Home Charge Scheme

Electric vehicle users can receive funding from OLEV (Office for Low Emission Vehicles) and OZEV to install a home charger for their plug-in vehicle through the Electric Vehicle Home charge Scheme.

This provides a grant of up to 75% of the eligible costs of charge point installation* for the registered keeper, lessee or nominated primary user of a new or second-hand eligible electric vehicle

To receive funding or grant aid the customer must use an OLEV accredited supplier. EV Chargers Kent are fully OLEV accredited meaning you can take advantage ofany available grants

*capped £350

Commercial charging points

Workplace EV Charging– Benefit in Kind Exemption

The Government announced at the Autumn Budget 2017 that employer-provided electricity, supplied from workplace charge points, for charging employees’ own electric vehicles, is exempt from being taxed as a BIK (benefit in kind) from 6th April 2018 – read more here.

ECA (Enhanced Capital Allowance)

Electric Car Chargers are eligible for ECA (Enhanced Capital Allowances, giving 100% relief in the year of expenditure (between 23rd Nov 2016 and 31st March 2019). There is a provision to extend this period further than March 2019, however this is not guaranteed.

How it works

Your business applies for a voucher through the scheme and this is handed to us EV Chargers Kent (the installation company) who gets paid the grant. It couldn’t be simpler.

Note must be taken regarding larger installations and the surrounding infrastructure including additional works that may be required..

ECA (Enhanced Capital Allowance)

Electric Car Chargers are eligible for ECA (Enhanced Capital Allowances, giving 100% relief in the year of expenditure (between 23rd Nov 2016 and 31st March 2019). There is a provision to extend this period further than March 2019, however this is not guaranteed.

How it works

Your business applies for a voucher through the scheme and this is handed to us EV Chargers Kent (the installation company) who gets paid the grant. It couldn’t be simpler.

Note must be taken regarding larger installations and the surrounding infrastructure including additional works that may be required..

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