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Revision of EVHS will enable twice as many people to benefit.
You can also benefit from this grant when installed alongside your Solar Edge Solar PV installation
The Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) has confirming the continuation of the ‘electric vehicle homecharge scheme’ (EVHS) and ‘workplace charging scheme’ (WCS) for another year.
While there is reduced funding, this will enable more charge points to be installed as electric vehicles ownership increases.
Instead of the current £500, the grants under the EVHS and WCS will be £350 from 1 April 2020. However, OLEV said the change in the grant will enable twice as many people to benefit from a grant; from 30,000 to 57,000 under the EVHS.
For EVHS, where an installer can prove that there is a pre-existing arrangement with the customer, that was agreed prior to 12 March, the installation shall still be eligible for a grant rebate of £500. This provision shall apply until the 31 May. Find out more here.
Other changes will see the number of sockets allowed under the workplace charging scheme doubled from 20 to 40 while the EVHS scheme will now cover drivers of larger electric motorbikes, as well as electric cars and vans.
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