EV Charging

If you have just ordered your new electric car or are researching the market, there are a lot of choices to be made with many new vehicles coming to the market. When it comes to charging your car at home or the office again it can be just as confusing.

Electec Energy can help, by advising and installing the latest technology from the best brands with a knowledgeable and helpful team of installers to guide you through the process.

Electec Energy are trained and certified by all the leading brands and will recommend a solution that best suits your requirements.

If you have solar or are thinking about making a further green investment, we can recommend the best solutions to save you money, by charging the car when there is surplus energy and reducing your carbon footprint even further.

EV Charging point installation process

Due to increased demand please read our current process below.

If you are looking to install an EV charging point, please follow the process below as we are only able to accept telephone calls for EV charging points IF there is also a requirement for solar PV and/or battery storage system, as these need to be prioritised.

If you are enquiring about solar panel and/or battery system, please email [email protected] and a member of our team will contact you.

If you are happy with the information provided and would like you move to the next stage in the enquiry process, then please click on the Enquire Now button and fill out our form. A member of the team with then be in touch with you.

Current installation availability


Standard single-phase installation includes:

Standard installation includes installing a charge point on a brick or plaster wall, or similar suitable permanent structure.

  • Standard cable run from fuse box to charge point no longer than 15m with max drilling through two walls.
  • A clear cable route and includes up to 15m of Black cable clipped direct to wall.
  • Up to 3 meters of white plastic trunking to conceal interior cabling if required.
  • Use of an existing spare way in fuse box that meets 18th Edition Wiring Regulations.
  • Fitting and testing of electrical connections and protective devices.

Non-standard single-phase installations

  • Any installation that is non‐standard is subject to additional charges on hourly rate and to be agreed prior to the additional works commencing by our electrician. Our hourly rate is £47.50 +VAT chargeable in 15min slots and our materials are charged at trade cost plus 20%. Any travel required to collect additional materials for non‐standard works are charged per 15 min and capped at a maximum of 45min.

Some of our Charging Points

EO - OZEV approved

The world’s smallest charger, perfect for the everyday electric vehicle driver. The EO Mini Pro 2 can manage, monitor and schedule your charging sessions with EO Smart Home app. Home power balancing ready and with a locking feature to prevent others from using your charger. It is available in a choice of colours – Black, Silver, White or Blue.


An option for Tesla EV owners, especially those with the Powerwall.

The Tesla Wall Connector is available as 7Kw and 22Kw with a choice of 2.5m or 7.5m cable. Up to 4 Wall Connectors can share the available power, perfect for families with more than one EV.

*Tesla Wall Connector is not eligible for the OZEV grant.

Andersen - OZEV approved

The recommended provider of charging points for Porsche, Andersen believe that if you buy a great looking electric car you should have a great looking charging point to go with it. Manufactured in Britain the charge points use industrial grade electronics to match stunning design with enhanced performance and functionality.

Available as a 7.2kW or 22kW (3-phase) tethered charging point.

myenergi Zappi - OZEV approved

The eco-smart EV Zappi not only operates as a normal electric car charger, but it has optional charging modes to charge your car from your solar PV or wind generation, using up all the excess solar generation and charging your car from your own generated power.

Available as socket and tethered 7kW and 22kW (3-phase) units.