The Electric Vehicle Consumer Code for Home Chargepoints  (referred to as “EVCC” and “the Code”), sets the standards consumers can expect when purchasing an Electric Vehicle (EV) chargepoint from a member of the Code. These standards ensure consumers can be confident when making a purchasing decision, knowing that their chosen installer must comply fully with the Code from the way in which they advertise themselves, to the way in which they handle a complaint if things go wrong. The Code applies to EV chargepoints installed in domestic properties throughout the UK.

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By becoming a Code member you can ensure your business stands out from the crowd!

Code members are businesses who supply and/or install domestic EV chargepoints. The Code sets out the standards members are expected to maintain, whether acting on their own or as a sub-contractor.

As well as a great set of Membership Benefits , the Code gives you the tools to offer your consumers the highest standards of consumer protection, giving them confidence when deciding who to contract with.

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By choosing a Code member, you can expect to receive a high quality and fair service, and a product that is suitable for you and your lifestyle. Plus you get the peace of mind that if something goes wrong, we will be here to help.

Before making a purchase, you should check out the Consumer section of our website and make sure your chosen installer is a member of the Code.

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Latest News:

  • Summer 2021 newsletter

    Welcome to the latest edition of the EVCC newsletter. Download and read below...

    General Posted: 23 July, 2021

  • EVCC welcomes the government’s Transport Decarbonisation Plan

    EVCC welcomes changes to make home car charging more accessible and government commitment to phase out petrol and diesel vehicles by 2040 EVCC welcomes the government’s Transport Decarbonisation Plan (TDP), with its commitments to ban the sale of all new fossil fuel powered road vehicles by 2040; The government’s EV Homecharge Scheme shifting to focus on making home charging more accessible for leaseholders, renters and those living in flats from April 2022 is also welcomed as an important step in the transition to electric vehicles...

    General Posted: 15 July, 2021