With the recent Government announcement banning sales of all petrol and diesel cars by 2030, the use of electric vehicles is currently on the rise and only expected to increase even further. More and more people are now buying electric cars, it has become apparent the need for home charging to become more accessible.
If you run a business using any kind of electrical appliances and equipment, you should already be aware of PAT Testing. Simply put, Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) is a routine inspection of electrical appliances to check they are safe to use, with the main purpose being to prevent electrical accidents in the workplace.
With around 80% of all electric car charging taking place at home, it is important to make sure you have the right technology to make plugging in as easy as possible. Charging an electric vehicle at home ultimately works out a lot cheaper and much more convenient than filling up a traditional car with petrol or diesel.
Did you know you can use the Workplace Charging Scheme to reduce the cost of installing electric car charging points for your business?