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Need an EV charger but not sure where to start? This guide covers everything you need to know.

If you want an 11kW charger, you must upgrade to a three-phase power supply, which requires modifications to your electrical installation.

plug to charge at home is easy, but slow. 3-pin sockets charge at 2kW to 2.3kW max, so it's the slowest type of charging available.

Electric cars have huge battery packs that can power an entire house by themselves for several days.

Charging your electric car with an extension cord could cause a fire. Only do it in emergencies.

Tethered or untethered home charger? Let's compare them and look at the main arguments for both.

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Lithium-sulfur batteries offer several times the capacity of lithium-ion batteries - up to five times more - but they have a trade-off that makes them unviable.

3-pin sockets add around 8 miles of driving range per hour. So, if you drive 60 miles per day, you can replenish that range in just seven and a half hours overnight.

The funding will provide critical support across EV manufacturing, supply chains and R&D from 2025 over a 5-year timeframe.

This durable 5m cable is crush-proof and weather resistant, delivering up to 7.2kW of power.

This Type 2 charging cable can handle loads of up to 7.68KW and is rated up to 32A. 

A fast, flexible, 3.3kW Type 2 to 3 Pin Plug charger with adjustable outputs, smart safety features, and a durable waterproof design.

The charter outlines six key principles that the organisations believe should serve as minimum standards for the electric vehicle charging industry.

The charger kit includes a Power Meter 1 Phase 100A for solar charging and smart load balancing and a cable dock to keep your cable holstered and tidy.