A green electrical company is fitting free electric car charging points in homes across the North East for people aiming to save money on their transport bills and add value to their properties.
Elm EV, a market leader in providing electrical vehicle points in homes and public places, is one of the few designated businesses in the UK approved to fit the points, which are designed to safely and efficiently power-up electrical vehicles.
The Burnopfield business is now providing the service completely free of charge to eligible homes which have off-road parking in the form of a garage or a drive. Normally costing more than £1,100 to buy and install, the domestic charge points are being financed by the Government as part of its nationwide drive to set up the infrastructure to support electric vehicles.
Elm EV director Anthony Piggott said: “This might seem like one of those ‘too good to be true’ offers but the Government is footing the bill for eligible homes across the North East that want an electric vehicle charging point – whether you have an electric car or not.