How much does an electric car home charging point installation cost?
A 7kW Pod Point Solo 3 smart charger costs from £949 to install. In some cases, the price of the Pod Point Solo 3 smart charger may be less than this, due to subsidised pricing agreed with vehicle manufacturers.
Are there any government grants for EV charging points?
The OZEV Grant, also known as the Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme (EVHS) ends on 31st March 2022 and can’t be claimed for installs completed after that date.
Unfortunately, Pod Point has limited install slots available and due to high demand, and they can’t prioritise your order for installation by the cut-off date unless you’ve been referred to them by one of their automotive partners.
For more information, please visit Pod Point's help centre.
What's the difference between a tethered and a socketed charge point?
Tethered charge points have a long cable and are available with either a Type 1 or Type 2 connector. Most new EVs come with a Type 2 connector, but it's always worth checking before getting a tethered charge point. A socketed charge point has no cable and is essentially a dedicated charging station. These are universal as they can charge any electric car with a fast charging cable.