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  • 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

  • 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 mo...

    General Posted: 15 July, 2021

  • Guest blog: Getting into the electric groove – Eight things you should know about charging at home

    Do you have a petrol pump installed in your garage? For most people, the answer is probably a big 'no'. Instead, most of us are accustomed to visiting petrol stations to refuel. It has been the primary means by which drivers have been refuelling their vehicles for over 100 years – but this is set to rapidly change. More and more drivers are making the electric switch...

    Consumer Posted: 27 May, 2021

  • Guest blog: Greener and cheaper: top tips for home charging your electric car

    If you are able to plug in at home, you’ll know that home charging is one of the best things about switching to an electric car.  No more queuing at petrol or diesel pumps, and no need to defrost your car on a cold morning. Home charging doesn’t just reward the driver either...

    Consumer Posted: 5 March, 2021

  • Winter 2020 newsletter

    Find here the Winter 2020 edition of the EVCC newsletter. Happy reading and a Merry Christmas to everyone...

    General Posted: 21 December, 2020

  • Electric Vehicle Consumer Code announces affiliate scheme and new members

     The Electric Vehicle Consumer Code for Home Chargepoints (EVCC) has opened its doors to electric vehicle charge point manufacturers, energy suppliers, and other ‘affiliates’ who are exposed to the installation market. It is also announcing that ten installers have now come on board as full members, having only launched in mid-February 2020 on the precipice of lockdown...

    General Posted: 3 November, 2020

  • EV Roam to support roaming between UK charging networks

    New service delivered by Renewable Energy Assurance Ltd in partnership with the REA to support uptake of roaming EV Roam to provide identification codes for companies in the EV charging ecosystem in line with international standards Roaming crucial for mass uptake of Electric Vehicles in the UK Quote from Minister Rachel Maclean welcoming announcement EV Roam, a new service provi...

    General Posted: 7 October, 2020

  • OLEV announce important changes to the EV Homecharge Scheme.

    OLEV announced on 1 September important changes to the EV Homecharge Scheme.   The changes aim to address feedback and make the grant application process easier and faster. OLEV have been working to address the current delays processing applications. At current, DVLA are processing applications within 30 working days...

    General Posted: 3 September, 2020

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