Information for installers:

Electric Vehicle Consumer Code

Five reasons to join the EVCC

If you are a business selling or installing EV home chargepoints, you should join the Code to:

1. Show homeowners you are serious about offering high standards of consumer protection

2. Stand out from your competitors

3. Show manufacturers and suppliers you are a serious business dedicated to high standards

4. Access the latest guidance and model documents, making technical and legal compliance straightforward

5. Be listed on the EVCC website, increasing your exposure and attracting potential customers to you.

Using the EVCC logo gives your consumers confidence!

In joining EVCC you are agreeing to comply with the high standards it sets out, giving your consumers added peace of mind and the reassurance that they will get:

•    a quality product that will fit their needs
•    a contract that is compliant with all relevant legal provisions
•    an installation that complies with the IET’s Code of Practice; and
•    access to REAL’s ADR approved dispute resolution process, should there be any issues which you have been unable to resolve yourselves.

Click here if you’re interested in becoming a member of the Code. If you would like any further information about becoming a member, please email

"John McIntosh Electrical is a member of both EVCC, and its sister code RECC, believing there is a need for high standards of consumer protection in these industries. It is essential that installers in the EV charge point industry adhere to high and consistent standards for consumers, and the reputation of the industry in general."


John McIntosh, John McIntosh Electrical


"By being a member of EVCC, it has led to us receiving more consumer enquiries, adding value to the business. Furthermore, EVCC is keen to understand our thoughts on what is happening in the industry so it can represent installers better at working groups and when repsonding to campaigns and consultations."


Derry Shaw, Shawcan Energy Solutions