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Government grants & incentives

The UK government is committed to helping people and businesses embrace electric driving technology. There are grants and incentives for your car, your home charging point and even your business to help you make the switch.

For your car

For your car

Road Tax (VED) savings

Fully electric cars are currently exempt from paying VED. Plug-in hybrids (less than 51/km of CO2) are currently exempt from paying first year VED. Plug-in hybrids pay a reduced rate for subsequent years. (Correct as of the in the 22/23 tax year).

For your home

  • Home grant - up to £350 towards the installation of a home wall box

    You may be eligible to receive a contribution towards the cost and installation (up to a maximum of £350) of a home wall box with the government’s EV Chargepoint Grant¹.
    • Available only to those who live in flats and rental accommodation
    • Use of an OZEV-approved wall box and installer, like Pod point, is required.

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  • Installing a wall box

    Our recommended wall box supplier, Pod Point, are OZEV-approved, and can help you choose a home wall box unit.

    They can advise if you are eligible and will support you through the grant application process.

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For your business

  • Workplace Charging Scheme

    Businesses, charities and public authorities can claim a grant of up to £350 per charging socket towards the cost of installing electric vehicle chargers. You can’t apply for more than forty sockets per business.

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  • Tax breaks on the cost of electric

    Businesses buying electric vehicles can write down 100% of the purchase price against their corporation tax liability.

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For company car drivers

  • Lower Benefit In Kind

    Company Car Drivers receive lower Benefit in Kind (BiK) tax on plug-in hybrid and fully electric vehicles. This is currently set from 2% in 22/23 tax year.

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  • BIK exemption on charging at work

    Drivers of electric vehicles will not incur a BIK charge for the electricity used at work to charge their car.

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From April 2022, the Office for Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV) announced that the Electric Vehicle Homecharge scheme (EVHS) grant of £350 is being replaced by the EV charge point grant which is only available to homeowners who live in flats & consumers in rental accommodation (flats and single-use properties). Our partner Pod Point can advise if you are eligible and will support you through the grant application process. The Government grants are subject to full terms and conditions and eligibility may be revised or withdrawn at any time without prior notice. UK sales only (excludes Channel Islands and Isle of Man). See for further information

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