Get ready for the electric vehicle (EV) revolution, make your employees’ lives easier, and show your commitment to sustainability with our EV workplace charging solution.
EV sales are taking off in the UK, and with a government grant of up to £350 per chargepoint available to help you install workplace charging – up to £14,000 in total – now’s the time to prepare for our EV future.
SSE EV Charging at Work is a great way to start – a scalable, end-to-end EV charging solution designed for your business. From initial design, to installation, operation and maintenance, you’ll get the long-term service and support your business needs to easily transition to EVs.
Your employees and visitors will love the convenience of charging their EVs on your premises. And by helping your workforce switch to EVs, your business can cut carbon and show customers and stakeholders you’re pursuing your sustainability goals.
SSE EV Charging at Work gives you a simple, long-term charging solution that grows with your needs. You’ll also show your commitment to sustainability, working together with your employees to cut your overall carbon footprint.
SSE EV Charging at Work can help your staff switch to EVs and make their daily lives easier.
More and more employees are going electric: now’s a great time to get a company EV as they’ll pay 0% benefit-in-kind tax for 2020/21, rising to just 2% in 2022/23.
Removing complexity with a simple end-to-end EV charging solution
Relevant SSE and third-party terms and conditions will apply to you and your employees who sign up for workplace charging.
All our renewable electricity is sourced from wind and hydro assets wholly or partly owned by SSE Renewables, our sister company in the SSE Group. With SSE renewable electricity, you’ll continue to get your electricity through the national grid as normal, and we’ll match your consumption to REGOs from the SSE Group’s generating assets.
SSE is switching to electric vehicles, installing charging points and running on SSE Green Electricity at its Hampshire site. Electric vehicles (EV) are increasingly popular at SSE’s Customer Service Centre near Portsmouth, so the site needed more charging points to meet demand. Many of the EV drivers there are employees of SSE.