Ecoplex are leading suppliers and installers of electric car charging points in Ireland.
With The SEAI EV Charger Grant And Are Fully Covered By A 3 Year Manufacturer’s Warranty.Get Quote
Guaranteed quality: Our EV chargers are designed to deliver exceptional performance. But in the unlikely event of any issues, our comprehensive repair-or-replace promise ensures that we'll quickly get your charger back up and running.
Flexible pricing: At Ecoplex, we have a broad range of chargers available to suit all budgets.
Grant support: We understand that the grant application process can be tricky. That's why our team of experts help you every step of the way to ensure a hassle free EV charger installation process.
Claim up to €600 towards the purchase and installation of an electric vehicle home charger unit.
Are you eligible ?
The EV must be parked on an off-street parking location associated with the home withcharger connected to home.
Must have the Meter Point Reference Number (MPRN).
Must be your first EV charger grant for the property.
Do not commence any work before the start date on your letter of offer.
Complete works within 6 months of offer.
A government funded
Install an electric vehicle charge point on your property. The SEAI scheme provides a grant up to the value of €600 towards the purchase and installation of a home charger unit. Applicant must be the owner of an eligible new or second-hand electric vehicle (ev).
For more info on the seai grant see our faqs or contact us now.
Charging at home is often the most convenient and cost-effective way to recharge Your EV
Our team here at Ecoplex have many years experience installing electric vehicle charging points and are qualified to supply and fit domestic, commercial and workplace charging solutions to the highest possible standards.
We offer a wide range off electric vehicle chargers including some of the most affordable options on the market. We can advise you on the government’s SEAI & ACA grant scheme which can reduce the cost of your charger installation by up to €600.
At Ecoplex we will work with you all the way through the process. We will advise you about the grants available to you, help you through the paperwork process, install your new electric vehicle charger and provide maintenance should you have any issues.
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EV chargers, or electric vehicle chargers, work by providing electricity to the battery of an electric vehicle (EV) to charge it. There are different types of EV chargers available, ranging from slow chargers that can be plugged into a standard household outlet to fast chargers that can charge an EV in a matter of hours.
The cost of an EV charger in Ireland can vary depending on the type of charger being installed and the complexity of the installation process. A basic home charger can cost around €500-€700, while a fast charger can cost upwards of €5,000.
EV chargers can be a good investment in Ireland, particularly for those who own an electric vehicle and do not have access to a charging point at home. The upfront cost of the charger may be significant, but it can save money on fuel costs over the long term.
To determine if your home is suitable for an EV charger, you should consider the type of charger you want to install and whether your home has the necessary electrical capacity to support it. You may need to have your electrical system upgraded in order to install a charger.
The amount of time it takes to charge an electric vehicle with an EV charger depends on the type of charger being used and the capacity of the vehicle's battery. A slow charger may take several hours to charge an EV, while a fast charger can charge an EV in a matter of hours.
Yes, EV chargers can be used in conjunction with your existing energy source, such as the grid. This allows you to charge your electric vehicle using electricity from the grid when needed.
Yes, EV chargers may be eligible for grants or incentives in Ireland, such as the SEAI electric vehicle home charger grant. Contact us and we'll give you all the information you need to get started with solar and start saving.
The SEAI grant for EV chargers is a financial incentive program that provides grants of up to €5,000 to homeowners and businesses for the installation of electric vehicle charging points.
Homeowners, landlords, and businesses that own or operate a vehicle can apply for the SEAI grant for EV chargers.
Both home and workplace EV chargers are eligible for the SEAI grant, including level 2 chargers and DC fast chargers.
You can apply for the SEAI grant for EV chargers by filling out an online application form on the SEAI website.
The SEAI grant for EV chargers provides funding of up to 75% of the cost of the charger and its installation, up to a maximum of €5,000.
The eligibility criteria for the SEAI grant for EV chargers include having a home or business address in Ireland, owning or operating an electric vehicle, and meeting certain installation requirements:
- The EV must be parked on an off-street parking location associated with the home and the charger must be connected back to the home of the applicant (please refer to your electrician for the best installation approach).
- The Meter Point Reference Number (MPRN), which you can find on your electricity bill, will be used to confirm the location of your home.
- The property cannot be associated with a previous EV home charge point grant payment. Additionally, it cannot have availed of the free ESB EV home charger pre 2018.
- Do not commence any work before the start date on your Letter of Offer otherwise this expenditure will be deemed ineligible and you will not receive grant support for it.
- You have 6 months from the date on this Letter of Offer, which will be emailed to you, to complete your installation and return your Payment Request Form to SEAI with all associated evidence whole and complete – Cert 3, Test Record, photo of installation, invoice from electrician.
The installation requirements for the SEAI grant for EV chargers include ensuring that the charger is installed by a qualified installer, meets certain safety standards, and is compatible with the electric vehicle being charged.
Yes, you can receive the SEAI grant for multiple EV chargers, as long as each charger meets the eligibility criteria and installation requirements.
The SEAI aims to process grant applications within four weeks of receiving all necessary information.
You can search for qualified EV charger installers in Ireland on the SEAI website, or consult with an electrician who has experience with EV charger installations.
You will be responsible for the ongoing maintenance and repairs of the EV charger, and it is recommended to have it serviced annually.
No, the EV charger must be installed by a qualified installer in order to be eligible for the SEAI grant.
No, the SEAI grant for EV chargers is only available for new installations.
The SEAI grant for EV chargers is currently available until the end of 2023, subject to funding availability.
No, the SEAI grant for EV chargers is only available for new installations and cannot be used to upgrade an existing charger.
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