Grant funded EV charging for schools

Grant funded EV charging for schools
EV charging for schools
Claim £2,500 per EV charging point socket

Electric vehicles play a vital role in improving air quality in the UK, which is why the new Government incentive for state-funded education institutes in England is a big push in accelerating the uptake of EV charging facilities.

With 75% off the cost to buy and install chargepoints up to a maximum of:   
  • £2,500 per socket 
  • 40 sockets across all sites (this includes any applications made previously through the Workplace Charging Scheme)
To be eligible for this grant, you must have:
  • an existing or future need for charging an electric vehicle 
  • designated off-street parking facilities that are clearly associated with your premises (the parking may be used by customers, guests, visitors, staff or others) 
  • had a site survey done by an installer, who has confirmed that your site can support EV charging 
  • not have applied for a grant for the same chargepoint under the EV infrastructure grant for staff and fleets or any other grant scheme  
  • have the authority to apply for the Workplace Charging Scheme on behalf of your organisation
EV charge points for schools

Academy trusts:

Academy trusts can apply for up to the maximum of 40 sockets for each institution within the academy trust. 

Independent schools:

Can still apply for funding of £350 per socket through the Workplace Charging Scheme

This is easy to apply for too, just let us guide you through and we will project manage from start to finish.

Electric vehicle charging

With 75% off the cost to buy and install chargepoints up to a maximum of £2,500 per socket. Why not let us help guide you through, we will project manage your EV process from start to finish.

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