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The OZEV grant and what you need to know

If you’re interested in saving even more money on your Wallbox EV charger, then you can apply for a discount of up to £350 via the Office of Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV).

Home Charging Grants

The UK government’s’ Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme (EVHS) aims to support the wider use of electric and hybrid vehicles.

You can get a 75% contribution towards the cost of one chargepoint and its installation, capped at £350.

The grant will be expanded later this year to provide extra help for people in flats (leasehold accommodation) and rental properties.

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Who’s eligible?

  • You must have purchased an eligible electric or plug-in vehicle from 1st October 2016 onwards. See if yours is on the list here.
  • You must have off-street parking, such as a driveway or garage.
  • Your home charger must be OZEV-approved and installed by an OZEV-approved charge point installer.
  • You must provide evidence of keepership, lease, and be named as the primary user of the vehicle, or have a vehicle on order.
  • The installation date must not be more than 4 months ahead of the date of delivery or start date of vehicle use.
  • You can apply for 2 chargepoints at the same property if you have 2 qualifiying vehicles.

How do I apply?

Customers cannot apply directly for an EVHS grant. An approved installer must apply for the grant on your behalf. Check this list to find an installer near you.

Alternatively Wallbox offers an installation pack and will take care of all the paperwork for you at no extra cost.

If you are an installer:

Submit your claim through the DfT portal.

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Business grants

The Workplace Chargepoint Grant is a voucher-based scheme that provides the upfront costs for the purchase and installation of EV charging points at workplaces. Firms can cover 75% of all purchase and installation costs, up to a maximum of £350 for each socket and, for up to a maximum of 40 across all sites.

Who’s eligible?

  • If you are a registered business or public sector organisation evidenced by a Companies House reference number you can apply.
  • It is also open to public authorities – government departments, the armed forces, local governments, the NHS and emergency services.
  • You must be located in England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland.
  • You must have dedicated off-street parking for staff and/or fleets.
  • You must own the property or have consent from the landlord for charge points to be installed.
  • Starting next year, the Workplace Charging Scheme (WCS) will be open to small to medium enterprises (SMEs) and the charity sector. The changes will also mean that small accommodation businesses such as B&Bs, can benefit from the funding, boosting rural areas, and tackling the ‘range anxiety’ associated with long journeys.

How do I apply?

Apply using the online application form.

You will normally be issued with a unique voucher code either immediately or within 5 working days if the application is successful.

Download our handy step-by-step PDF guide on how to apply for the grant.

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Scotland & The Energy Saving Trust

The Energy Saving Trust enables individual buyers of eligible EVs to receive a grant for up to £300 of the total purchase and installation costs of one EV charger for their home, with an additional £100 available for those in rural Scotland. This grant is available on top of the £350 OZEV grant mentioned above.

Who’s eligible?

  • The offer is only open for installations at addresses in Scotland.
  • Standard grant value is up to £300. The additional top up of up to £100 is only available to properties in postcodes that fall under category 8 of the Scottish Government’s most recent Urban Rural Classification.
  • Offer is only open to applicants with a vehicle eligible for the OZEV Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme.
  • Only offered for the installation of smart charge points in line with OZEV technical specifications.

How do I apply?

  • You can apply here or send a quote (not an invoice) from your chosen supplier along with proof of purchase/lease of your EV.
  • The completed application form and other supporting documents must be submitted before installation occurs.
  • Installation must be carried by one of the listed installers in the provided map.

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