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EV charging solutions for business

Start your EV journey today


Why charge with ScottishPower?

Flexible Solutions

From fast, rapid and ultra-rapid chargers, our in-house experts can help you build bespoke solutions for your business.

Trusted installation

Our experienced installers will ensure your chargers are fitted to the highest possible standard and comply with all health and safety regulations [1].

Unlock revenue potential

Installing EV charge points can attract more EV drivers to your business.

Business EV charging

What can EV charge points do for your business?

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Public EV charging

How do I become a fully-funded EV charge point host?

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Fleet EV charging

Looking to electrify your business's fleet?

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Charge while you relax at home

If you want the convenience of charging your company car at home, we offer the complete package.  Choose from our home EV chargers and charge for less overnight with our 100% green electricity EV saver tariff.

The future of transport

To help reach net zero by 2050, the UK government has announced it will ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2035. Transport contributes to 27% of the UK's emissions [2] and that's one of the reasons why we're helping to drive the transition to cleaner, electric transport.

A greener tomorrow for your business, starting today

We have teamed up with experts, including the Carbon Trust, to help you discover new ways of reducing your emissions.  Read our guide to find out how you could generate extra revenue, take control of your energy costs and reduce your carbon emissions.

Get started today

Our green energy experts are on hand to help. Just give us a call on 0333 443 2346 (Mon to Fri, 9am - 5.30pm) or drop us an email and we'll be in touch.

Frequently asked questions


All installations conform to The IET Code of Practice for Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Installation, 5th Edition ; the 18th Edition of BS7671 Wiring Regulations; and the Construction Design and Management Regulation (2015).