EV Charge Point Installation
Government Grants

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EV Infrastructure grant for staff and fleets

The EV infrastructure grant for staff and fleets is aimed at small and medium-sized businesses who wish to install charge points at their properties now and in the future.

A minimum of 5 parking spaces must be provisioned with charging infrastructure, at least one of which must have a working chargepoint.

For charging infrastructure: Businesses can get up to £500 for each parking space that the charging infrastructure will provide a unique chargepoint socket to, either from installed charge points or those that will be installed at a future date via the future connection locations.

For charge points: Businesses can get up to £350 towards the cost of buying and installing each chargepoint socket provided. This is in addition to the amount available for providing a space with charging infrastructure.

The grant means businesses do not have to install all the charge points the infrastructure allows for. It permits them to plan for the future by creating infrastructure now that can enable charge points to be installed later on.

Each grant application can be for up to a maximum of £15,000. If more charge points are needed in addition to those provided by this grant, then the Workplace Charging Scheme may be used.

The Workplace charging scheme

The Workplace Charging Scheme (WCS) provides eligible businesses, charities and public sector organisations with support towards the upfront costs of the purchase and installation of electric vehicle (EV) charge points for their employees and staff.

The grant covers up to 75% of the total costs of the purchase and installation of EV charge points (inclusive of VAT), capped at a maximum of £350 per socket up to 40 sockets across all sites per applicant.

For Charities and small accommodation businesses

The grant provides eligible applicants with support towards the upfront costs of the purchase and installation of electric vehicle (EV) charge points. It covers up to 75% of the total costs of the purchase and installation of EV charge points (inclusive of VAT), capped at a maximum of £350 per socket up to 40 sockets across all sites per applicant.

Unlike the Workplace Charging Scheme, there is no restriction for charities and small accommodation businesses on who may use the parking, be it customers, guests, visitors, staff or others.

EV chargepoint grant for landlords

An EV chargepoint grant gives you money off the cost of installing an electric vehicle charge point socket. You can get either £350 or 75% off the cost to buy and install a socket, whichever amount is lower. You can receive up to 200 grants a year for residential properties, and a further 100 for commercial properties.

An EV infrastructure grant gives you money off the cost of wider building and installation work that’s needed to install multiple chargepoint sockets. The work can be for sockets you want to install now and in the future. For example, an EV infrastructure grant can cover things like wiring and posts. You can get up to £30,000 or 75% off the cost of the work. The amount depends on how many parking spaces the work covers. You can receive up to 30 grants a year for installing infrastructure in residential car parks.

Electric vehicle chargepoint grant if you own or rent a flat

EV chargepoint grants have replaced the Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme (EVHS). An EV chargepoint grant can help towards the cost of installing an electric vehicle chargepoint socket if you either own or rent a flat, or rent any other residential property, with private off street parking and are the registered keeper of an eligible electric vehicle. You can get either £350 or 75% off the cost to buy and install a socket, whichever amount is lower.

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