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EV Charge Point Photography

Been a wonderful day today for photography…

Spent it out with my amateur (and good) photographer friend Gareth Jones.

Gareth works for the NHS but spends his weekends helping friends and local organisations with any photography assignments. Because it’s his passion and he’s good at it.

Although, he’s just as passionate about McDonald’s coffee too, 3 times we’ve been to refuel.

Today, we’ve travelled around Lancashire and Greater Manchester taking quality snaps of a selection of the home and workplace electric vehicle charge points we’ve installed this year.


Because it’s a fantastic way of showing people the types or EV charge points we install, the types of locations we install them, and the quality of the work conducted by our installation team.

And we’ll also use these photographs to showcase the work we do on our new ecommerce website. Which we will launch by the end of the year and where you can order your charge point 24/7.

Photographing the products, you provide and the work you do (so potential customers can see what you do and the quality of what you provide) is an easy thing to do, but not everyone does it.

…is it time you found a Gareth (who’s passionate about photography) too?


Alison Whitfield

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4 November 2021
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Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme

The scheme is currently open to applicants that:

  1. Rent their house or bungalow.
  2. Own or rent an apartment / flat.
  3. Are the landlord of a domestic rental property.
  4. Are a social housing provider.
  5. Has dedicated off-road parking at the property.
  6. Own or have ordered a qualifying vehicle.
  7. Have not previously claimed an OLEV grant.

Not sure if you are eligible?

Contact us to discuss your individual requirements.

Standard installation terms

  1. Fitting of an EV charger on a brick wall, or to another suitable permanent structure.
  2. Up to 10 metres of cable, run and neatly clipped to the wall between the electricity supply meter/distribution board and the charging unit.
  3. Supply meter/distribution board on the inside of an outside wall.
  4. Routing the cable through a drilled hole in a wall up to 500mm thick (if required).
  5. Fitting & testing of electrical connections & protections required for the EV charger.
  6. An additional three-way consumer unit (if required).
  7. Installation of a Type C MCB and a Type A RCD or a type A RCBO.
  8. No groundworks 

Not standard installation?

Contact us to discuss your individual requirements.