We are passionate about driving electric. There’s so much more to the experience than the satisfaction of an ethical choice. It’s the silent power. The low running costs. The pioneering technology. More than a new way to drive, it feels like a new way to live.
For many, the only disappointment of going electric is found when choosing a charge point. For those who love their home as much as their car, the choice is limited. So we created an option unlike anything on the market.
Going electric is more than an ethical choice. It’s a choice to embrace the future.
A decision to bring your home, and your life up to date with pioneering and intelligent technology.
We don’t believe anyone who’s made that choice should be forced to compromise.
With every product we make, we match smart technology with genuine craftsmanship. Each Andersen charge point is made to order in our UK factory using materials of the highest quality.
The end result is a product built to deliver perfect performance year after year.
A smart charger that intelligently helps you manage your energy between your home and EV without interruption.
Don’t just buy a charger that charges your EV, invest in one that connects to your future smart home.
Tick tock he doesn’t stop
Jerome is the boss of Andersen’s day-to-day managerial and service delivery.
With extensive experience of retail system development and property and financial services, Jerome has an eye for quality and control. When he’s not mapping the future, he loves to talk to customers, drink French wine or speak Mandarin with his four children. He even finds time to walk his two dogs in the evenings.
Rob is steering the Andersen ship with deep financial knowledge and a wealth of best business practice skills. Having grown his previous business from scratch to 270 employees he’ll keep the directors on their toes for a prosperous voyage. Tactical and modest, his long-standing interest in renewables and modern methods of construction led him to build his own passive house in the middle of a national park. When he’s not fine-tuning his strategic expertise, you’re most likely to find him somewhere learning a new skill to solve his next challenge.