EV Charging Point Development

We work with development partners to conceptualise, design
and implement EV charging points throughout the UK.

Welcome to ElectroPoint Developments

Committed to facilitating the need of your sustainability-conscious
EV customers, as we move towards a zero-carbon future.

Helping provide the right solution for your needs using the 3 F’s principle for bespoke EV requirements.

Our Services

About ElectroPoint

ElectroPoint Developments Limited brings together both electrical and civil construction providing our clients with a one-stop-shop for developing their EV requirements with a range of solutions suitable for all budgets.

There has been a huge increase in demand for EV, with many clients turning to Principle Contractors to carry out projects, who in turn employ consultants and contractors to carry out the works, but this creates multiple layers that can be costly. We can offer these services in house and provide the best value possible.

Meet the Team

Michael Wall

Michael has worked in the Construction Industry for over 15 years, completing many successful projects in commercial, industrial and private domestic sectors, committed to helping in the development of the infrastructure required to meet EV environmental goals.

Michael Wall
Managing Director

Alex Whittaker

Alex has over 20 years experience in the construction industry, seeing many changes. Looking now at our outlook on future generation’s which will be environmentally friendly.

Alex Whittaker​

Alex Whittaker​
Construction Director


The electric car market is growing quickly, with nearly 260,000 pure-electric cars on UK roads at the end of May 2021, and more than 535,000 plug-in models if including plug-in hybrids (PHEVs).

With increasing consumer demand, greater availability of vehicles and government support, sales of electric vehicles are growing strongly in parallel to the development of UK charging point infrastructure. The profile of new registrations of electric vehicles in the UK since 2012 are shown in the charts below. For clarity when looking at the figures, there are two main types of electric or plug-in vehicle included in the analysis – battery electric vehicle (BEV), which are also referred to as a pure electric vehicle, and plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV).

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Plug-in hybrids
(PHEV) On UK Roads
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Pure-Electric Cars
On UK Roads

Yes! The government has an Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme (EVHS), which exist to help out EC drivers with 75% (up to £350) of the costs of installing a home charger.

If you've bought an eligible electric car or plug-in hybrid vehicle since 1st October 2016, and you meet the list of conditions below, you're quids in! Conditions include:

  • You're installing a smart charger
  • You have off-street parking
  • The date of installation isn't more than 4 months ahead of the date of delivery or the date you become the registered keeper of the EV
  • You're using an OLEV-approved charge point install

This depends on the size of your car battery and the speed of the charging point. With a 7KW charging point, it takes just under 8 hours to fully charge an electric car with a 60kWh battery.

The kilowatt (kW) refers to the power rating of a home charge point and is the maximum amount of power that can be drawn from the socket at any one time. A 7kW home charge will charge your car three times faster than a three-pin plug.

Government Targets;

Very good link with tables & charts stats for 2020 – 2021, would be good to include:


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