- The Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme (EVHS) provides grants up to £350 off the upfront cost of an EV Charging Station.
- Requires the EV Charging Manufacturer Equipment to be OLEV Approved.
- AC 3.5kW to 23kW Fast DC 10-22kW
- Charging station must be SMART-enabled – able to receive, process, monitor and record data, to be accessed remotely through Open Charge Point Protocol and have measures making it resilient to cyber-attack
- Charging Equipment shall be supplied with Three Year Parts & INSTALLATION warranty.
- Does the client own, lease or have primary use of an eligible EV?
- Is there designated private off-street parking?
- Survey & quotes
- Customer to agree terms
- Evidence provided to DVLA for each grant claim
OLEV Grant Received
- Installer claims Grant
- Payment is approximately 30-60 working days to Installer
*Please note that the value of the EVHS grant was reduced from £500 to £350 in the March 2020 Budget. As this change came at short notice a transition period was initially permitted, to give customers who had applied before 12 March 2020 the chance to still receive the £500 EVHS grant, if their installation was completed by 31 May 2020. However, due to the coronavirus pandemic and subsquent lockdown restrictions, this transition period has now been extended until 5 April 2021.
1) Signed customer declaration form;
2) Photographic evidence (chargepoint unit with serial number visible + showing off-street parking with chargepoint visible);
3) Proof of purchase for customers' EV.