No you don't have to, but most people that own an electric car wants the convenience of charging at their home
EV chargers would be installed in a garage or the outside wall of your property, within charging distance of the vehicle
Unfortunately,there are some EV chargers that does not come under the home grant scheme, a list can be found on the government website
A home survey is normally required, as we need specific details of your current electrical installation. We can do a remote home survey, but this may not be the case with all enquiries.
The number of Electric charging points are rapidly increasing.However, charging your electric vehicle at home is by far the most convenient method.
There are 4 commonly adopted charging methods, called modes. For home charging stations we are going to list modes 1,2 & 3
This is similar to mode 1 charging
This is the most common installation
No you must use a registered electrician see our article about this here
If you're still in doubt, contact a qualified electrician for advice.
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