Some people may have concerns about the cost and accessibility of owning and installing an EV charger. You may look at the price tag on an EV charger and think it seems a hefty lump of cash to part with but in the long run, it will save you a fortune and protect the environment. A lot of chargers are also eligible for a government grant, lowering the overall cost of your charger and the installation. Once you purchase your charger, the overall costs of charging a car to capacity, comes in, well under £10, which is a huge difference to a full tank of petrol.
With many people becoming more aware of the environmental issues, adding an EV charger to your home can even increase the value of your property, if you were looking to sell in the future. If a potential buyer were to see a charging point already set up at the home, this is one less thing to sort out when moving and one more plus towards the decision to buy.
By having an EV charger installed at your home and making the switch to an electric vehicle, you are guaranteed to make long term savings on the cost of fuel, as mentioned above but you are also doing your part to reduce CO2 emissions, which in turn, increases sustainability. Saving money AND saving the environment? It doesn’t get much better than that.
Most importantly of all, the main benefit when installing an EV home charger is the CONVENIENCE! Knowing that you can leave your car charging overnight, ensuring that it is fully charged and raring to go in the morning, couldn’t be any easier. There’s no need to pay to charge at a public station and you know your car is ready for when you need it. Home is where the heart is, so make a home where your EV charger is too.