We deliver some of the most inexpensive EV chargers available and can also help you with a grant where relevant. Government funding is currently available for flat owners and renters. The subsidy will pay up to 75% of the cost of a new charger, up to £350. Business owners with staff parking spaces can also apply for a grant of up to £14,000 under the Workplace Charging Point Scheme.
We can advise you on government funding, apply on your behalf, install your new EV charger, and do maintenance if necessary.
Solar Power In Sevenoaks
Sevenoaks is a district in Kent, and like many other areas in the UK, it has the potential to benefit from solar power. Solar energy is a clean energy source that can be used to generate electricity or heat water without producing harmful emissions.
Several factors determine the suitability of a location for solar power, such as the sunlight it receives, the availability of space, and shading from buildings or trees. Sevenoaks is a mix of urban and rural areas, with some built-up areas and significant areas of open space, so it is possible to install solar panels in most locations.
Sevenoaks even has solar-powered compactor bins that alert you when they’re full. Waste compactor bins can hold four times more than a traditional bin.
Sevenoaks District Council received a £25,000 grant from the Waste & Resources Action Programme (WRAP) to test the smart bins in March 2021 to improve its litter-clearing service.
The council used the grant to buy 50 wood-clad smart bins for rural sites across Sevenoaks.