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  • 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

  • Summer newsletter

    EVCC is excited to launch the first edition of its newsletter. Find it ready to read here...

    General Posted: 13 July, 2020

  • REA/ Zap-Map survey finds EVs and the public charging network vital during pandemic

    Following a recent survey conducted jointly by Zap-Map and REA, it can be said that EVs and the public charging network are vital for essential travel and keeping ‘key workers’ on the move during the COVID-19 pandemic...

    General Posted: 5 May, 2020

  • EVCC's Virtual Office is Up and Running

    REAL is pleased to confirm that EVCC’s virtual office is up and running. This means that our Team members are available to help our members, consumers and stakeholders as usual. Virginia Graham, REAL CEO, said today: "Our thoughts are with the directors and staff of our many member organisations who face a time of great uncertainty over the next few months...

    General Posted: 27 March, 2020

  • Changes to BS 7671: 2018 Amendment 1

    EVCC dovetails with the IET's Code of Practice for Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Installation. Edition 4 of this Code of Practice includes for BS 7671: 2018 Amendment 1, dealing with the advancing technology in the EV charging sector and making the installation of chargepoints quicker, easier and less costly...

    General Posted: 13 March, 2020

  • Consumer protection bolstered as REAL launch UK’s first EV Consumer Code

      REAL launch new code of best practice to ensure consumers receive fair treatment from domestic chargepoint installers Code draws on experience and expertise from Renewable Energy Consumer Code for small-scale renewable technologies Code aims to reduce mis-selling and drive up installation quality Transport Minister Rachel McLean comments on the launch From 1 March 2020, con...

    General Posted: 3 March, 2020

  • REAL Launches Electric Vehicle Consumer Code for Home Chargepoints

    REAL is excited to announce its new consumer protection offering, the Electric Vehicle Consumer Code (EVCC) for Home Chargepoints (EVCC). EVCC sets the standards expected of EV home charge point installers when entering into contracts with domestic consumers.  EVCC launches tonight with two founder members, Joju Solar and Caplor Energy Ltd. It will be open to new members from launch...

    General Posted: 12 February, 2020

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