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EV Charging

Concept Garage Equipment can supply and install a wide range of Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Stations including Electric Car Chargers for Home use and EV charging Stations for Business premises anywhere in the UK. Whether you require an EV charging point at your home or workplace Concept Garage Equipment has every EV solution and option you will ever need. To discuss your EV charging requirements call us today on 0113 469 0572 or head to our contact us page and one of our EV Charging experts will call you right back.

We won’t be beaten on customer service, and more often than not we also won’t be beaten on price!

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  • EV Fire Blanket by Concept Garage Equipment

    EV Car Fire Blanket 8 x 6 metres

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  • Ohme Home Pro Charger EV charging at Concept Garage Equipment

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Our EV charger installation is a simple safe process, that is fully certified by our Approved Electricians.

We also know your home or business premises may not always be as simple as a standard EV Charger installation, thatโ€™s why we offer a free online consultation to discuss any questions you may have.

Give us a no-obligation call today on 0113 469 0572 or head to our contact us page and we will make sure one of our EV Charger experts calls you back to discuss your needs and options.

Standard Installations

Whatโ€™s Included โ€“

  • Installation of your EV charger to a suitable permanent structure
  • Up to 10 meters of 6mm cable clipped direct between your distribution board and EV charger
  • A cable run through a single wall up to 500mm in thickness
  • Commission, test, and certification upon completion

What your home needs โ€“

  • Wi-Fi must be available at the charger location (if appropriate depending on which EV charger you choose)
  • Appropriate earthing arrangements on site to comply with BS7671 electrical regulations

Additional costs if required โ€“

  • Cable over and above 10 meters at ยฃ10 per meter including VAT and installation
  • If your consumer unit does not meet the required 18th edition standards, we can install a one-way distribution board for ยฃ75.00
  • If you require a completely new consumer unit our lead electrician will provide a full quotation before you agree on any work to begin. Not sure if your consumer unit meets the required standard*? Then book a free consultation and we can advise you and let you know your options.

* Visit the Gov.uk site for full details of Regulations for electric vehicle smart charge points.

If you are unsure if your home or business location will be a standard EV Charger install? Visit our contact us page and leave your details or call us today on 0113 469 0572. Be sure to mention that you would like to discuss your EV charging options and we will ensure one of our EV charging experts calls you back.

In order for an electric vehicle (EV) to charge, a direct current (DC) needs to be supplied to the battery pack. However, as electricity distribution systems supply alternate current (AC) power, a converter is required to change the AC power into DC power to charge the battery. Conductive charging can be AC or DC.

Trickle Charge, AC Charge and DC Charge. The slowest method is Trickle Charge, which uses a standard (three-prong) 220V plug.

Home chargers are the preferred method of charging an electric car because they charge the car faster and have safety features built-in. A standard 3-pin plug with an EVSE cable can be used as a last resort.

Yes, concerns around electric vehicle (EV) fire safety have been a topic of discussion in the automotive industry. While EVs offer numerous environmental and efficiency benefits, there have been instances of high-profile EV fires that have raised questions about their safety.

The unique characteristics of lithium-ion battery packs used in EVs, including their energy density and potential for thermal runaway, have led to concerns about the risk of fires in the event of accidents, punctures, or other incidents.

Due to the high-powered charging units and both the size and the materials with which the EV batteries are made, ensuring safety whilst EV charging is of utmost importance.

Manufacturers have been actively addressing these concerns through advancements in battery technology, improved battery management systems, and enhanced safety protocols in vehicle design. Additionally, first responders and emergency personnel have been receiving specialised training to handle EV-related incidents safely. Despite these concerns, it's important to note that EVs, like any technology, continue to undergo rigorous testing and safety evaluations to minimize risks and ensure the overall safety of drivers, passengers, and the public.