AB Electrical install EV Charge points across Kent and Sussex
Between 2015 and 2019, there was a 312% increase in publicly accessible EV charge points in the UK. By 2025, it's forecast that one million electric vehicles will be on the UK's roads. AB Electrical have extended our service offerings beyond traditional and industrial electrical works, and as of 2020 we are now an office for low emission vehicles (OLEV) approved installer.
AB Electrical – electric vehicle charge points for your home or business premesis
We’re not your average electricians.
AB Electrical has always aimed high, we’ve always enjoyed a technical challenge and we’ve always prided ourselves on offering the highest quality in electrical services, using the most ground-breaking design and installation techniques in the industry.
After 45 Years in business, we see no reason to change. At the start of 2020, we set our sights on the EV charging market.
We’re excited by technological innovation. As an electrical company, and as part of the large Fuzion4 group, we’ve always been conscious of our environment.
Find out more about EV charge point installations in Kent and Sussex
Looking for an electrician for your home or business?
AB Electrical undertake electrical installations and maintenance work across Kent and Sussex
Make your problem our problem, it only takes a few minutes to arrange an appointment. Our friendly, helpful staff will be pleased to assist you and take your booking for all types of electrical repair works, electrical maintenance, electrical inspections and new installations.
Call us now to make your booking.
EV Charging for your business
Thinking of getting an EV charge point installed at your business premesis? There is government funding available.
The Workplace Charging Scheme (WCS) is a voucher-based scheme that provides support towards the up-front costs of the purchase and installation of electric vehicle charge-points, for eligible businesses, charities and public sector organisations.
EV Charging for your home
Electric vehicles are now becoming a reality for many homeowners. There is government funding available for charge point installation.
The Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme (EVHS) provides grant funding of up to 75% towards the cost of installing electric vehicle charge points at domestic properties across the UK.
Proud to be fully accredited
The NICEIC is a consumer protection organisation set up to protect people against faulty or unsafe electrical installations.
The NICEIC also maintains a separate register to identify approved domestic electricians.
The Electrical Contractors’ Association supports businesses who are involved in all aspects of electrical work
CHAS was founded with the aim to improve health and safety standards across the UK for contractors working in a variety of industries.
The largest UK-based, in-house team of health and safety auditors, dedicated to ensuring our contractors are employing safe working practices.