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Sussex Car Charge

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Charge Points we install around Sussex

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Electric Car Charging Point Finder

Why not try and find your nearest Charging Point.

 
Paying

12,100 +

Car Sales in UK

373,600

Plug In Cars registered in the UK

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500+

Plug In Models on the Market

10,300

Plug In Vans Registered in the UK

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34,360

UK Charge Points

 
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The EV, electric car, market is growing rapidly, with more than 164,100 pure-electric cars on UK roads at the end of September 2020 - and over 373,600 plug-in models including plug-in hybrids (PHEVs). The most recent set of figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) show that pure-electric models accounted for 6.7% of total new car registrations, whilst adding in PHEVs takes that figure up to 10.5%.


It's been an extremely positive 2020 to date for the electric car market. September's figures saw a 184% increase in pure-electric registrations compared to the previous year, and PHEVs grew 139%. That's compared to hybrids (+56%), petrol (-21%), and diesel (-38%), with an overall decline of -4%.

September follows on from recent successful months, with figures posted in August up 110%, July up 287%, and June up 192% compared to 2019 registrations. Pure-EVs in May were the only fuel type to increase sales as all other sectors declined by at least 50%; petrol & diesel markets both declined more than 90%. May carried on from April's record EV market share and strong performance in a number of areas, despite it being the first full month of coronavirus-imposed lockdown in the UK.

Registrations for pure-EVs in the first nine months of 2020 are up 127% compared to 2019. More than 66,600 pure-EVs have been sold in 2020 to the end of September. Looking at all plug-in vehicles, that total rises to almost 108,900 units.


  OLEV (Office for Low Emission Vehicles) is currently offering funding of up to £350 towards the cost of supply and install of electric vehicle charging points in homes across the UK, and up to £350 per charge point up to 40 charge points for businesses. (Eligibility criteria apply.)  So why not take advantage of saving money and helping towards the environment.  

Why choose us?

  • We install in homes and businesses across the whole South-East of England and some parts of London

  • EVHS Grant available*

  • We are installers of Andersen A1, EO Charge Points, Rolec and Zappi who are all world leading specialists in the design, manufacture and installation of electrical connection, hook-up and distribution equipment.

  • Our charging points are robust and weatherproof, suitable for indoor or outdoor use

  • Products are expertly installed by our specially trained electricians

  • 3 year parts and labour warranty

  • Choose the power output and connection type that suits you best

 
World Peace

With Every Charge point installation we will donate a minimum of £10 to friends of the earth. The larger the installation the higher the amount donated!

 

"The beginning is the most important part of the work"

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