Total Building Maintenance have now become approved installers of the Governments Electric Homecharge Scheme (EVHS) and the Workplace Charging Scheme (WCS).
These are two new schemes provided by the Office of Low Emission Vehicles to help support the United Kingdom for it’s target 2035 date, where the sale of new diesel and petrol cars may be ending.
So what is the Electric Homecharge Scheme?
The Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme (EVHS) is a government initiative created to provide incentives’ for more of the public to buy electric vehicles.
The new scheme will provide grants of up to 75% of the cost on your home or work recharging station, this grant is capped at £350. For homes, you can apply for two charge point grants if you have an eligible second vehicle.
What is the The Workplace Charging Scheme (WCS)
The WCS Scheme is a little different to the home grant. This one is open to UK businesses and charities and can cover up to 40 charging points across various sites. You can also apply if you’re a commercial landlord and your tenants use electric vehicles.
How do you qualify for a Electric Homecharge Grant?
At the moment, the scheme is still new and the application process is still a bit old school and long winded. But we have a handy guide on our Electric Homecharge Installer page.
How can TBM Help me?
If have an electric vehicle or are in the process of purchasing a vehicle, you can contact a member of the team to find out how we can help you install your charging point.
If your a business, charity or commercial landlord – please contact us for a free site survey.