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  • PRESS RELEASE: Electric vehicle installer code to protect consumers as Government scheme closes

    Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme will close on 31 March Most homeowners will no longer receive Government funding for an electric vehicle home charger Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme only provides grants to those using authorised installers meeting certain standards and with qualifications Electric Vehicle Consumer Code for Home Chargepoints will continue to guarantee member installe...

    General Posted: 21 March, 2022

  • EVCC and EV Roam exhibiting at Fully Charged Live

    We are excited to announce that EVCC and EV Roam will be exhibiting at Fully Charged Live! Fully Charged Live - the No1 clean energy and electric vehicle show - is returning to Farnborough International Exhibition & Conference Centre from Friday 29 April to Sunday 1 May...

    General Posted: 22 February, 2022

  • Winter 2021 newsletter

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

    General Posted: 20 December, 2021

  • Guest blog: Balancing the Grid – controlling and harnessing energy with intelligent EV technology

    The ongoing surge in energy prices has brought into sharp relief for many people just how reliant we are on easy access to energy. From home essentials such as cooking and heating, to personal tech and the growing demand for electric vehicles (EVs), it’s unlikely that our need for energy is going to slow down any time soon...

    General Posted: 6 December, 2021

  • Net Zero Strategy published

    Last week, Government published its Net Zero Strategy...

    Installer Posted: 25 October, 2021

  • Guest blog: Are there enough Electric Vehicle Charging Points to go around?

    Last month (August 2021), the Competitions and Markets Authority (CMA) issued a report stating that more needs to be done in terms of EV charging infrastructure to support the transition to electric vehicles.  In the article, the CMA suggests that up to 480,000 charge points will be needed nationwide by 2030, when sales of new petrol and diesel vehicles cease...

    General Posted: 11 October, 2021

  • Guest blog: Powering up our streets – building the charging network for the vehicles of tomorrow

    Credit: EVclicks   The UK is currently going through something of an energy renaissance. Entire systems and ways of thinking built up over the last 100 years are being challenged to bring us to a more sustainable and Net Zero carbon future. For the electricity networks, the mass take-up of electric vehicles (EVs) is one of the biggest drivers for this change...

    General Posted: 20 September, 2021

  • Guest blog: Home charging – Fue-l for thought

    On average, most charging will be done at work and/or at home. Sure, there’ll be other places, on the road (when travelling) like motorway service stations and where you might go shopping. You won’t plug-in with the goal to get back up to 100% either (you might not plugin at all!). But that's another important subject for another time. It's all about perspective...

    General Posted: 9 August, 2021

  • EVCC announces partnership with INDRA

    • INDRA will become the Electric Vehicle Consumer Code for Home Chargepoints’ (EVCC) newest Affiliate; • By becoming an EVCC Affiliate, INDRA is demonstrating its continued commitment to consumer protection, high standards and good practice; • In return, INDRA will receive access to EVCC provided products, services and training...

    General Posted: 3 August, 2021

  • Summer 2021 newsletter

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

    General Posted: 23 July, 2021

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