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What are the benefits of switching to electric?
  • The biggest advantage of EVs (electric vehicles) is the positive impact on our environment. EVs have no tailpipe, so they don’t emit any exhaust gases.
  • More areas are introducing Clean Air Zones, which charges polluting vehicles when entering certain areas. EVs are exempt from these charges, as well as road tax.
  • There are fewer mechanical components in an EV compared to petrol and diesel vehicles, often resulting in lower servicing and maintenance costs.
  • By 2030, the UK government will end the sale of new petrol and diesel cars and vans. By investing now, you’re getting ahead of the curve and future-proofing your organisation/home.
How long does it take to charge an EV?

To charge your EV from empty to full takes on average 8 hours when using a typical 7kWh charger – however this depends on the size of your vehicle battery and the power strength of the charging point.

Although this is a long time, most EV drivers take the ‘little and often’ approach to charging, topping up their battery whenever the car is stationary and a charge point is available. This could be at home, your place of work, or a 10 minute pitstop during a journey. If a full charge is required, EV drivers often schedule this for overnight (if they have a charge point at home) for convenience.

What's the difference between tethered and untethered charge points?

Tethered – The cable is permanently attached to the wall charger, so you simply uncoil from the wall box and connect it to your EV. An advantage to tethered charge points is added security, as the cable cannot be removed from the charging station.

Untethered (or socketed) – The charge cable is not permanently attached, which gives you the flexibility to use any cable type and length. Untethered chargers can be inconvenient as you need to plug in your own cable every time, but the unit can look tidier without a cable.

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