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Government Announces Grant for On-Street EV Chargers

The UK government has recently announced a grant scheme to encourage the adoption of electric vehicles by providing funding for the installation of home electric vehicle (EV) charging points. The scheme is aimed at those who do not have access to off-street parking, such as residents of terraced or rented properties who park on the street.

The grant scheme will cover up to 75% of the cost of a home EV charging point, up to a maximum of £350. This will help make EV ownership more accessible and affordable, and encourage more people to make the switch to zero-emission vehicles.

To qualify for the grant, applicants must meet certain criteria, including having a dedicated off-street parking space, owning or leasing an eligible EV, and using an OLEV-approved installer to carry out the installation.

The grant is available to both homeowners and leaseholders, and can be used to install a range of charging solutions, from basic socket chargers to smart chargers with advanced features.

With the UK government's ambitious target of banning the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2030, the home EV charging grant scheme is just one of the measures being introduced to help accelerate the transition to greener transport. By making it easier and more affordable for people to charge their EVs at home, the scheme will play an important role in reducing emissions and improving air quality in the UK.

At Neutral Energy Solutions, we are committed to providing expert and professional services. Our top priority is to deliver high-quality installations that help our clients reduce their carbon footprint and utility bills, promoting a more sustainable future within our local community in Exeter,Devon.

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