With EV chargers, the devil is in the details. Small decisions like charging capacity and cable length make a big difference in convenience and costs over time.

The race for 0-62mph in less than a second is enthralling, but our interest in future battery technologies for electric vehicles is even greater.

Installing an EV charger does not require rewiring your house. The electrical work is usually confined to creating the new circuit between the consumer unit and charger.

The answer depends on whether your car is charging slowly at home or in public.

Like the fuel economy estimates for petrol cars, WLTP gives consumers a starting point rather than a guarantee on electric vehicle range.

EVs accounted for over 16% of sales, up from under 10% a year ago. This is remarkable growth given challenges. The direction is clearly towards EVs, even if the pace frustrates some.

Miles per kWh measures how many miles an electric vehicle can be driven with 1kW of energy.

800V charging unlocks faster charge speeds than 400V, but the architecture is expensive.

The Hypervolt Home 3 Pro packs smart features like app control and solar integration into a sleek, user-friendly design.

It's easy to confuse a kW and a kWh, so much so we have seen it in charger company brochures!