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EV CHARGING POINT INSTALLATION

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BB Heat Pumps are one of the leading installers in the Electric Car Charging Point industry. We are accredited by brands such as Myenergi, Wallbox and Pod Point. Send us a message to request your quote today.

BB Heat Pumps are OLEV approved installers, meaning that our EV charging points are eligible for the Government backed grant scheme. The scheme covers 75% of the cost, up to a maximum of £350. To qualify, you need to have leased an eligible electric or plug-in hybrid vehicle for at least six months, or have purchased one on or after 1st October 2016 onwards.

  • You must have off-street parking.

  • You must install an OLEV-approved chargepoint – Our team will advise you which chargers are compliant with the scheme.

  • The date of installation must not be more than 4 months ahead of the date of delivery or date the customer becomes the registered driver of the electric vehicle.

  • You must use an OLEV-approved chargepoint installer such as Cinergi.

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Charging an EV can be anything between 30-60 minutes and 8-10 hours. How long it takes to charge your electric car depends on the car's battery size, how many miles you do between charges, your charging behavior and the power rating of the charger you're using.

 

There are a few different types of electric vehicle (EV). Some run purely on electricity, these are called pure electric vehicles. And some can also be run on petrol or diesel, these are called hybrid electric vehicles. There are three main types of chargers :

1. Plug-in electric - This means the car runs purely on electricity and gets all its power when it's plugged in to charge. This type doesn't need petrol or diesel to run so doesn't produce any emissions like traditional cars.

2. Plug-in hybrid - These cars mainly run on electricity but also have a traditional fuel engine so you can use petrol or diesel too if they run out of charge. When running on fuel, these cars will produce emissions but when they're running on electricity, they won't. Plug-in hybrids can be plugged into an electricity source to recharge their battery.

3. Hybrid-electric - These run mainly on fuel like petrol or diesel but also have an electric battery too, which is recharged through regenerative braking. These let you switch between using your fuel engine and using 'EV' mode at the touch of a button. These cars cannot be plugged into an electricity source and rely on petrol or diesel for energy.

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OLEV APPROVED INSTALLERS

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The Solar Option – Charge Your EV – With Your PV. The only charge point dedicated to clean energy. Ability to use surplus energy to charge your car for free. Earth rod not required. Complete with 3 year manufacturer warranty. Model stats and price provided include Smart Hub.

OLEV approved

Tethered

Untethered

Smart

Solar

Load Balancing

Manage Remotely

Adjustable Power Output

Software Support

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The most compact charger in the Wallbox range but able to provide up to 22kW – 3-phase charging. Compatible with all Type 1 and 2 electric cars. Available in white or black. With either 5m or 7m integrated cable. Bluetooth and/or WiFi connectivity. Dimensions: 166mm x 163mm x 82mm.

OLEV approved

Tethered

Untethered

Smart

Solar

Load Balancing

Manage Remotely

Adjustable Power Output

Software Support

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Charging capacity of 3.7 kW up to 22 kW. 3 year warranty for home chargers. 40,000 trusted customers Compatible with all plug-in vehicles. Earth rod not required.

Dimensions: 350mm x 350mm x 150mm

OLEV approved

Tethered

Untethered

Smart

Solar

Load Balancing

Manage Remotely

Adjustable Power Output