You can get £500 for your new home charger.

To help private plug-in vehicle owners offset some of the upfront cost of the purchase and installation of a dedicated domestic recharging unit, 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 £500, inc VAT) off the total capital costs of the chargepoint and associated installation cost.

Do you drive electric vehicle?

Customers must provide evidence of keepership, lease, be named as the primary user of an eligible electric vehicle or have a vehicle on order in order to be able to qualify for the grant. A full list of eligible vehicles can be found here.


“Customers who are the registered keeper, lessee or have primary use of an eligible electric vehicle may receive up to 75% (capped at £500, inc VAT) off the total capital costs of the chargepoint and associated installation costs,”
— Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme, 2016

To get the OLEV Grant you must:

  • be registered keeper, lessee or have primary use of an eligible electric vehicle.
  • have off-street parking
  • use chargepoint installers which has been authorised by OLEV.
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