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Electric Vehicle Chargers

If you’re thinking of buying an electric or phev (plug in electric vehicle) car, you need to think about where you’re going to charge it. Both electric cars and PHEVs need to be regularly charged using a cable to ensure their batteries have enough energy to deliver adequate driving range.

For those with a driveway, garage or any other form of off-street parking, the obvious solution is to charge at home. This is what the majority of electric-car owners currently do. And while the UK’s public charging network is growing at a rapid pace, experts think most ‘charging events’ will take place at driver’s homes in future.

So, how do you charge an electric car? A regular three-pin plug will draw a maximum charge of 3kW, which is too slow to fully charge most electric cars in a useful amount of time, even if left overnight. However, installing a wallbox charger at home will help you charge much quicker, making electric-car ownership considerably more viable. There is a government grant issued via OLEV that you may be eligible for. The choice of charger will depend on a lot of factors & we work with a number of different manufacturers to cover most requirements.

Smart Energy Controls

Our heating control systems allow you to monitor and regulate your heating and hot water system at any time of the day from your mobile device.

You can benefit from:

  • An ultra-convenient way to monitor your energy consumption
  • Less wasted energy meaning lower energy bills
  • Individual temperature control for each room in your home
  • External weather compensation facility
  • Ability to have zones at different temperatures throughout the building
  • Can save up to 66% on your heating bills
  • Occupancy control available
  • Simple fit and forget options available at an affordable price offering savings up to 30% on heating bills
  • Contact us now for further details