Latest News

At EconomyEV we ensure that our news and regulations are always kept up to date. Here, you will see any upcoming or recently completed projects, plus the most recent regulations regarding EV charging.

What’s happening in the industry?

The EV Market is still ever-growing. In 2022 a total of 10.5 million battery powered EV’s and plug in hybrids were delivered globally! That is a huge 55% increase in sales as opposed to 2021. This means that there are roughly 20 million electric powered cars currently on the road.   This shows that sustainable […]

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What is going on within the business?

At EconomyEV, our goal has always remained the same – to provide great service, great charge points and an easy transition to EV Charging, whether that be for your home or business, we’ve got you covered. We have recently installed 16 charge points and 12 infrastructures for our associates at the Springhill Co-housing Community. We […]

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Springhill Co-Housing Association

We are so pleased that Springhill Co-Housing Association chose EconomyEV to install their requested chargepoints and infrastructure. We were able to ensure that we delivered a professional, time efficient and remarkable installation of 27 chargepoints and infrastructures for our customers at Springhill. Our associates at Springhill chose to install the Easee One 22kW charger. We […]

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Offering Finance Through Kanda!

We understand that purchasing a charge point upfront may not always be possible. We have the solution for you! At EconomyEV we offer the option of disbursing your payments over monthly instalments via Kanda, subject to eligibility.

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New Regulations

As of 30th June 2022, new smart charge regulations have been rolled out throughout the UK by the government. This will help to disperse the time of day that vehicles charge – thus allowing the energy grid to maintain a responsible level of energy.

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The Workplace Charging Scheme

The Workplace Charging Scheme (WCS) is a voucher-based scheme that provides eligible applicants with support towards the upfront costs of the purchase and installation of electric vehicle (EV) chargepoints. After an applicant applies, installers claim the grant on their behalf.

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