ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING POINTS
We specialise in Electric Vehicle Charging Points and install a range of different manufacturers to cater for your requirements.
We are OZEV approved and can install an Electric Vehicle Charging Point at your home or business and handle your OZEV
claim from start to finish.
We will carry out a free survey of your property to establish the best options for you.
We are Approved Installers for the following charging points:
Choosing the right Charging Point
With so many on the market it may seem overwhelming on which charge point to choose.
The first thing to ask is 'what would I like my charge point to do?'
Do you have Solar PV that you would like you charge point to integrate with so you can charge your vehicle on pure green energy?
Would you like a charge point that searches for the cheapest energy tarrif so you can charge your vehicle for cheaper?
Or are you simply looking for a charge point that offers the most aesthetic features to match your property?
At Huntingdale Electrical we offer a wide range of Electric Vehicle Charge Points to suit every need.
So feel free to contact us with your requirements and we'll aim to get you the right charge point for your home or business!
Types of Electric Vehicle Charging Points
There are 3 main types of EV Charging Points. Rapid, Fast and Slow.
Rapid or Super Chargers are mainly found at Motorway Services and other public locations where super fast charging is
necessary during a journey. A typical example is Telsa Super Chargers which can charge the vehicle up to 80% in just 20 minutes.
Fast Chargers are the standard for home charging and workplace charging, they can be installed at homes, businesses and other
public locations to enable users to charge their vehicles within a only few hours, depending on the vehicle and
rating of the charging point. The most common fast charger we install is rated at 7kW which will
charge most vehicles from 0-100% within 6-8 hours.
Slow chargers are generally only for emergency charging and can take 12 hours or more to charge the vehicle,
they tend to be designed to charge form a normal 13A plug socket and are often not designed to be
used day in and day out as it can cause overload to the sockets in your house.