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Blog 25th Apr 2022

TechRound

If you’re new to owning an electric vehicle or considering purchasing one, you may consider how you could charge your car from home. This would be ideal for most owners of an EV as it is a much more convenient way to top up your vehicle – all you would have to do is charge your vehicle overnight and it will be ready for use the next day. But the benefits don’t stop there as EV owners who install a charging point at their home could also be entitled to a grant through the government’s Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme (EVHS), which provides a 75 per cent contribution to the cost of one chargepoint and its installation.

If you are interested in purchasing a charging unit for your home, fortunately, you have plenty of options to choose from. Below we have listed 10 units that are for residential use.

Andersen A2

Manufactured in Britain, Andersen aims for its charge points to transform your EV charging experience. Charge points use industrial-grade electronics and hides the integrated cable and plug, while owners are able to schedule, monitor, and cost each and every charge.

Its A2 charging point gives you the power to control the energy between your home and EV and solar panels. Owners will be able to enjoy smart controlled connectivity and the choice of 7kW or 3-Phase, 22kW power, while the smartphone activated lock and unlock features aims to provide people with reliable smart charging. It can also be personalised to match the style of any home.