In the ever-evolving energy landscape, traditional fuel costs are becoming a thing of the past. Transport is reshaping to allow us to travel using clean and sustainable energy sources.
The Rise of Electric Vehicle Charging: A Sustainable Drive Forward
Electric Vehicles (EVs) have emerged as the future of sustainable mobility, promising a cleaner and greener future. Central to this paradigm shift of course, is the installation of EV charge points for your home or business.
EVs not only offer a cleaner alternative to traditional combustion engine vehicles but also pave the way for a dynamic and sustainable transportation ecosystem.
Why Choose Electric Vehicles?
EVs significantly reduce carbon emissions, contributing to a healthier planet and combating climate change.
Lower operational costs and reduced maintenance expenses make EVs an economically sound choice.
Advancements in EV technology result in improved performance, extended range, and the ability to charge using Time of Use Tariffs.
EVs open doors to renewable energy integration, promoting self-sufficiency and reducing reliance on grid supplied non-renewable resources.
Potentia Engineering: Your Trusted Partner in EV Charging Installation
There is a worldwide push towards environmentally conscious practices and Electric Vehicle charging infrastructure is a major component in achieving a green future.
EV charge points are packed with features, often including the ability to divert excess solar energy from generation sources, such as Solar PV, straight to your vehicle.
In this transformative era, Potentia Engineering stands out as a leading force in the installation of Electric Vehicle charging infrastructure.
Here's why we’re best placed to meet your EV charging needs:
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EV Charging FAQs
How much does it cost to charge a car at home?
This depends on the unit rate of electricity at the time of charging. If a car has a 90 kWh battery, then charging at a typical rate of 33p per kWh means it will cost around £14.85 to charge the car by 50%. EV energy tariffs are a great way to save money, to carry out the same charge whilst on an EV tariff rate of £0.07 per kWh, means the cost is instead just £3.15!
How long does it take to charge a car at home?
This greatly depends on the type of charger that you have installed at your home, as EV chargers have different charge rates. It’s also important to check the rate of charge that your car can accept.
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