EV Charging Scotland

EV Charger Installation Livingston

Electric Vehicle (EV) chargers are an essential component of the infrastructure needed to support the growing number of electric vehicles on the roads.

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Our team are equipped with a deep understanding of every stage of the EV charger provision process, from initial design to installation, and all the way through to commissioning and certification.

Whether you’re a homeowner, an architect, a business owner, or someone managing a fleet of vehicles, we’re here to assist you in finding the most budget-friendly EV Charger solutions out there. We can set up car charging stations at both homes and workplaces.

We’re independent EV charger consultants. Our independence from any specific brand allows us the freedom to create and set up the most affordable EV charging system that’s tailored to your unique needs.

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Ecoaim can provide robust EV Charging  hardware and software solutions for commercial, public, communal and residential EV Charging applications. Our 24/7 support service and German pedigree should give you a piece of mind every time you charge your vehicles.

Our EV chargers are the first ones in the UK to not require an app or bothersome signing in process to work. Using one of our EV chargers is as straight forward as paying for groceries at a self-service checkout.

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Our chargers were designed with reliability and  durability in mind using vandal-proof fibreglass panels. All of this makes our EV chargers a match made in heaven for public and commercial locations.

What is more, our EV chargers are now available with fully funded options as well as bankloans, and we are happy to assist in obtaining the right financing, if needed.

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Workplace Charging Scheme (WCS)

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Claim up to £10,000 off the cost of your EV charging points with the Government WCS grant.

The grant allows companies to purchase up to 20 EV charging points at a subsidised cost, with each 2-way charging unit having a £1000 price reduction. In return, the Government would be given monthly data reports on each EV charging point’s usage across the country for the next 3 years, enabling them to better understand the current levels of EV usage and any charging requirement trends throughout the UK in order to make informed future decisions. These monthly data reports require no effort from the companies under the scheme.

Ecoaim can offer a massive, diverse range of EV charging units, including EV charging units incorporating the public-facing EV Charge Online system. This huge range means that there will be a suitable EV charging unit for any commercial requirement and EV charging environment. 

Our years of combined experience with the already existing OLEV (domestic) EV Homecharge scheme, contacts within the Government grant board and expert knowledge regarding all things EV means we can guide our customers through the process quickly and easily. 

For more information on the OLEV Workplace Charging Scheme, including guidance for applicants and installers, visit the website using the button below. 

There are several types of EV chargers available, and their suitability depends on the needs of the EV owner and the location where the charger will be installed.

The three main types of EV chargers are:

1. Slow chargers:

These are typically used for home charging and are designed to be plugged in overnight. Slow chargers typically have a power output of 3-6 kW and can take between 6 to 12 hours to fully charge an electric vehicle, depending on the battery size.

2. Fast chargers:

These are commonly found in public spaces and can charge an electric vehicle in 1-3 hours, depending on the power output. Fast chargers typically have a power output of 7-22 kW.

3. Rapid chargers:

These are the fastest type of EV chargers and can charge an electric vehicle to 80% capacity in around 30 minutes. Rapid chargers typically have a power output of 50 kW or higher and are often found at motorway service stations or other strategic locations.

When considering installing an EV charger, it is important to choose a reputable supplier and installer who we can advise you on to make sure you get the best type of charger for your needs, as well as provide guidance on the installation process and any necessary permissions or permits. Additionally, we can help explore any government schemes or grants available to help cover the cost of installing an EV charger.

EV Homecharge Scheme (EVHS)

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The Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) is a cross Government industry-endorsed team based in the Department for Transport, whose core purpose is to support the early market for electric and other ultra-low emission vehicles.

In order to stimulate the uptake of electric and plug-in-hybrid vehicles, the Government has introduced a number of grant Funding initiatives (to be managed by OLEV) aimed at the fast-tracking of tens of thousands of EV charging stations throughout the UK. One of these initiatives, the Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme, is aimed at the provision of affordable domestic EV chargers with up to a maximum of £500 per charging unit subsidised via Government Grant.

For more information on the OLEV Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme, including guidance and eligibility information for customers, guidance for installers and a list of eligible vehicles, visit the website using the button below.

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