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How much does an EV charging station cost?

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An EV charging station costs between £599 and £1,299 on average after the OZEV (EVHS grant), which contributes £350 towards the cost of installation. However, the OZEV grant ends in March 2022, so prices will increase.

Here are a few examples of prices for different chargers:

  • EO Mini Pro 2 untethered – £599 after the OZEV grant (£899 without)
  • Project EV – £599 after the OZEV grant (£899 without)
  • Hypervolt Home 2.0 – £775 after the OZEV grant (£1,075 without)
  • Anderson A2 – £1,599 after the OZEV grant (£1,899 without)

As you can see, the sky is the limit. Our favourite EV charger on that list is the Hypervolt Home 2.0. It’s a fantastic home charger with solar support, 4G and Wi-Fi, adjustable status lights and no earth rod requirement.

We supply all the EV chargers listed.

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