Electric Car Charging at Home

Electric Car Charging Points Installed at Home from only £445*

Which EV Home Charger is best for me?

At Power EV, our expert advisors can help you choose the best EV home charger for you. Whether it’s the convenience of a tethered charge point or the flexibility of a socketed one, Power EV has you covered. A tethered charging point has its own integrated cable, whereas a socketed point requires a separate cable connecting with each use. If you’re unsure of which electric car charging solution you’d prefer, please contact our expert advisors to discuss the right car charger installation for you.

HomeSmart Socketed WallPod

The socketed HomeSmart WallPod offers a flexible and future proof EV home charger for all drivers.

Socketed EV charging points have a built-in IEC 62196 (Type 2) charging socket, allowing you to connect either a J1772 (Type 1) or an IEC 62196 (Type 2) public charging cable, depending on vehicle make and model.

A socketed option provides flexibility: by simply swapping the cable, you can charge every PHEV/EV vehicle on the market. Ensuring that you have the right cable you can simply plug in, charge and drive away.

HomeSmart Tethered 


The tethered HomeSmart WallPod offers EV drivers a quick and convenient way of charging their vehicle at home.

Tethered charging points come with either a J1772 (Type 1) or IEC 62196 (Type 2) 5 metre cable permanently attached.

A tethered option provides a simple solution when it comes to charging your vehicle at home.

Simply unwind the cable and plug into your vehicle.  Once charging is complete, remove the plug from the vehicle and rewind back around the unit.

Our Standard Home Charger Installation

To qualify for a standard home EV charger installation, the following criteria must be met. Extra charges may apply if the installation differs from the terms below.

A standard EV installation includes:

• Installation of circuit cable up to a distance of 10 metres (clipped direct). This is the cable from your consumer unit to the charge point       location.
• Installation of the charge point to a permanent structure. E.g. masonry wall, post.
• A spare way on the consumer unit and space adjacent to install a separate RCD unit for the charge point.
• No groundworks. We can carry out groundworks but this must be agreed and quoted prior to installation date.
• Earthing arrangements and bonding must comply with current regulations (IET Wiring Regulations 18th Edition)
• The incoming supply must be adequate enough to allow the additional load of an Electric Vehicle Charging Point.

The OLEV Grant – You could get a contribution for up to 75% towards an EV Chargepoint installation at home

The Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme (EVHS) provides grant funding of up to 75% towards the cost of installing electric vehicle chargepoints at domestic properties across the UK.

To help private plug-in vehicle owners offset some of the upfront cost of the purchase and installation of a dedicated domestic chargepoint, the Government is running the Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme. Customers who are the registered keeper, lessee or have primary use of an eligible electric vehicle may receive up to 75% (capped at £350, inc.VAT) off the total capital costs of the chargepoint and associated installation costs.

To qualify you will need to be the registered keeper, leaseholder or be nominated as the
primary user of an eligible electric vehicle. You will also need designated private off-street parking.

For further information and the full terms and conditions of the OLEV homecharge scheme, please click here

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