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EV Charger Installation Worthing

Count on the expertise of the Energize Solar to manage electric vehicle charging projects of any scale, whether it’s for your home or business.

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Your next
Home EV Charger

Fast Charge your EV at home whilst you
sleep, or work

Secure a zero-rated VAT benefit on installing our cutting-edge solar EV charger, Zappi, and solar power diverter, Eddi, when combined with our state-of-the-art home battery storage system, Libbi. This exclusive offer is applicable for installations starting from February 1, 2024. Energize Solar, your trusted solar installer in Worthing, ensures you maximise the advantages of this promotion. Experience the future of clean energy at reduced costs.

Three EV

Charging Modes

Your Charging, Your Way: Zappi Delivers Tailor-Made Solutions!

Choose Zappi for charging that aligns with your lifestyle and preferences. Whether it’s a swift “fast” charge or a patient wait for a 100% renewable energy charge, Zappi empowers you with the flexibility to charge on your own terms.

Eco Charging

Uncover the power of Eco Charge Mode—a dynamic mix of green energy and grid power. By leveraging cheaper rates overnight and incorporating 100% green energy, it provides a cost-effective way to charge your car, potentially for free.

The charging power adapts seamlessly to changes in generation or home power usage.

Elevate your charging experience with Eco+ Charging—an extension of eco charging, drawing power from the grid or your own source. The charge power smartly adjusts to changes in generation or home power usage.

When there’s an excess of imported power, your electric car charging takes a pause, restarting only when surplus free power becomes available.

Experience full-throttle charging with Fast Mode—providing unparalleled power to your electric vehicle. Whether fueled by renewable energy or grid power, the cost of charging varies based on factors such as the selected mode and your vehicle’s unique specifications.

Note: Without solar panels or wind generation, Zappi operates as a conventional Mode 3 charging point.

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Into the Future

Advantages of EV Charging

With the surging sales of Electric Vehicles (EVs), the transition to electric is happening swiftly. Charging becomes a pivotal element of EV ownership, and the upside is that charging your EV at home overnight is not only cost-effective but also incredibly convenient. Whether you need an EV Charger for your home or workplace in Worthing, Energize Solar is your dependable choice.

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Charge Smarter
Charge Greener

Smart and green EV charging is here with our original solar EV charger. Pioneering this technology, we’ve turned the idea of charging your EV in the greenest way into a reality. Join the growing community of tens of thousands enjoying free EV charging at home and work!

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Questions Answered
What types of EV chargers are available in the UK?

In the UK, you’ll find Slow (3 kW), Fast (7-22 kW), and Rapid (50 kW and above) chargers. Slow and fast chargers used at home, rapid chargers found in public locations.

Charging time at home depends on the charger speed and the car’s battery capacity. Slow chargers may take 8-12 hours, while fast chargers can provide a full charge in 3-4 hours.
Yes, you can install an EV charger at home. You may qualify for government grants to help with installation costs through the Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme (EVHS).
Yes, the Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme (EVHS) provides grants to support the installation of home EV chargers.
The difference lies in charging speed. Slow chargers are ideal for overnight charging, fast chargers are suitable for shorter stops, and rapid chargers offer quick charging for longer journeys.
Installation costs vary, but the Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme (EVHS) grant can help cover some expenses.
Yes, public charging stations are available across the UK. Different stations may offer various charging speeds and connection types.
Type 1 and Type 2 refer to different charging connector types. Type 2 is more common in the UK and Europe.
Home EV chargers typically require minimal maintenance. Regular visual checks are recommended, and manufacturers provide guidelines for upkeep.
Yes, electric cars can be charged in the rain. Charging points are designed to be weather-resistant