Workplace EV Charging– Benefit in Kind Exemption

The Government announced at the Autumn Budget 2017 that employer provided electricity, supplied from workplace charge points, for charging employees’ own electric vehicles, is exempt from being taxed as a BIK (benefit in kind) from 6th April 2018.

Workplace Charge Scheme

Need for your business;
  • Incentivise Staff
  • Charge existing fleet vehicles
  • To provide a service for visitors
  • Improve your green credentials

An OLEV grant (WCS workplace grant scheme) of up to £350 per charge point (up to 75% of the cost) of the can be applied for up to a maximum of 20 charge points.

Workplace EV Charging – Benefit in Kind Exemption

The Government announced at the Autumn Budget 2017 that employer provided electricity, supplied from workplace charge points, for charging employees'’ own electric vehicles, is exempt from being taxed as a BIK (benefit in kind) from 6th April 2018.

ECA (Enhanced Capital Allowance)

Electric Car Chargers are eligible for ECA (Enhanced Capital Allowances, giving 100% relief in the year of expenditure (between 23rd Nov 2016 and 31st March 2019). There is a provision to extend this period further than March 2019, however this is not guaranteed.

How it works

Your business applies for a voucher through the scheme and this is handed to us Project EV (the installation company) who gets paid the grant. It couldn’t be simpler.

Note must be taken regarding larger installations and the surrounding infrastructure including additional works that may be required.

Designed to meet your
specific needs...

EVA07-S Pro Earth
EVA-07S RFID
EVA11-S RFID
EVA-22S RFID
EVA-07D-S RFID
EVA-22D-S RFID
EVD-40S-P RFID
EVC-AC44D / DC150D
EVD-150D