Guide to E.V Charging

What matters to your business?

Brand awareness, reputation, reaching new audiences, economic growth, complying with government targets, reducing overheads or increasing environmental practice.

Changing your fleet to Electric or Hybrid vehicles can help to meet all of the above and much more.

Choosing electric vehicles is a clever investment in the future of your organisation. By not only positioning yourself as a green leader but also aligning government regulations and laws with sustainable business objectives.

Green innovation not only helps the environment, however , will strengthen your commitment and pledge to supporting sustainable solutions that will boost your credentials and engage positively with the wider community.

Best of all Electric Vehicles are 100% exempt from Benefit in Kind tax. Choose electric and watch your business grow into a modern approach to vehicle management. Alongside, reducing your carbon footprint and increasing your commitment to decarbonisation.

Next Steps:

  • Choose a Location: Selecting the location of your charger will allow you to understand the electrical infrastructure and to plan the type, size, availability and model required. There are many items to consider when choosing the location. Does the building have a single of 3 phase supply, where is the EV parking spaces in relation to the electrical switch room and will we allow public access. The location can be as important as choosing the car.
  • Access & Security: How will your organisation control access to the electric charger? Who will be using the charger? and how will we control unauthorised vehicles from connecting? Unless your building is manned 24/7, the security of your charger will have to be considered. Many chargers are supported by an app where electricity can only be drawn by holding the correct permissions. Choose a solution that meets your security requirements.
  • Single or 3 Phase: As technology improves and electric vehicles become more sophisticated, the battery is only likely to increase in size. Its maybe time to consider the size of your charger. A standard Tesla Model 3 has a 50kw Battery. A single-phase charger is restricted to 7kw therefore to fully charge the Model 3 will take more than 7 hours. With a 3 phase supply the charger starts at 22kw and will take less than 3 hours to charge your 50kw vehicle. Should your location allow, choose 3 phase.

How can we help you implement an EV Strategy?

DB Group have partnered with an EST and OLEV accredited supplier accessing essential funding models and grants to support your business move towards a greener vehicle management infrastructure.

Our environmental team will help you to identify the key components by recommending the location, size, type and security features required by streamlining the process and project managing your network.

If you are looking to reduce your carbon footprint and increase your commitment to decarbonisation, choose electric.