Electric Vehicle Charging at Home

We’re helping drive a cleaner electric future with our Smart EV home charger and energy tariffs designed for electric vehicle drivers.

Electric car charging at home:
what you need to know

Where you are going to install your EV home charger.

You’ll need access to off road parking and the cable must not cross a public footpath. Standard installation is included with the cost of your EV home charger and will include all parts and labour such as all required fittings and cables.

What type of EV home charger do I need?

You need to make sure you have enough charge to complete your journeys, as a guide our 7.4Kw charger takes just 7 hours for a full charge*. The type of plug you need, which for most electric cars will be Type 1 or Type 2 but you can find this out from the manufacturer.

EV Charger Installation

With our smart EV charger, the cost of a standard installation* is included in the cost of the charger. Office for Low Emission (OLEV) approved qualified installers will come to your house at a time that suits you.

Following the installation of the electric vehicle charging point, the engineer will be happy to give you a run through of the EV home charger features within the ScottishPower app and show you how to use the Smart EV home charger.

If you have any additional questions phone us on 0800 027 0004

Opening hours are 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday

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Plug-In Car Grants

A number of grants for electric car charging points are available and can reduce the cost of purchase and installation of your EV home charger.

Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme

Under the Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme, you can claim a £350 OLEV grant towards the cost of your EV home charger if you meet the list of requirements. We’ll ask you a few questions when you order with us and if you’re eligible, claim the grant on your behalf.

Energy Saving Trust

For homes in Scotland, a further £300 grant may be available from the Energy Saving Trust. This is claimed directly from the Energy Saving Trust after your electric car home charger installation is complete.

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*Charging a new Nissan Leaf (40 kWh battery) takes in excess of 15 hours to charge if you plug into a standard plug socket. With our Smart EV charge point, you can get a full charge in approximately 7 hours.