PV Plus offers a comprehensive range of electric vehicle charging solutions.

From simple, low cost domestic charging units, through to the larger sophisticated multiple Comerrcial Charging stations, PV Plus can design and install a range of EV’s to suit every location and budget. EV charging stations come in many shapes and sizes and are designed and built to be flexible and compatible with all leading motor manufacturers electric cars. We pride ourseleves in our ability to personalise your project ensuring your charging unit suits your individual requirements and specifications. Prices from 700+VAT

If you are thinking of having an EV charger installed either at your home or your place of work, get in contact with us to see how we can help. We can discuss with you your charging options and give you a free, no obligation cost.

EV Gallery

We are currently working on a EV Charging Point Gallery so that you can see some of our previous installs - Watch This Space!

EV Products

We only use top quality products from manufactures that we can rely upon. We have had full product training and work closely with the manufactures.

PV Plus offers a comprehensive range of electric vehicle charging solutions.

PV Plus are NIC EIC trained installers of EV Charging points and stations. We work in partnership with Rolec to install Charging Points across Hampshire and England. You can rest assured that the products we install as well as the service we provide from enquiry to after care will be top quality.

There are many options of EV charging points from domestic single charging to commercial large scale charging, contact us to discuss what product would best suit your need and to get a free estimate. 

Where our interest began!

“Our first real interest into the electric car industry was when our electrical division was invited to tender for a refurbishment project on the research and development centre for the electric car. After winning the project we soon realised that this was a very exciting and vibrant industry and one that was going to have major impacts not only on transport but on the environment. The aim – generate an energy efficient, affordable mode of transport. We all know that oil and gas is not cheap and not sustainable. Over a 2 year period we learnt about different aspects of the electric car and how it was to evolve, so naturally we got interested. We began to research and look into ways in which we could make these plans for the future as cheap and as environmentally friendly as possible. This is when PV-plus was established, with a view to install solar PV on buildings and fit electric car charging stations, this would allow employees to drive to work in their electric cars and charge up during the day, at little or no cost to the employer. How can you stand out from your competitors? Show an interest in green technologies. Electric cars have already made their impact worldwide and we feel that this is the natural progression of the UK, electric car charging points are rapidly showing up across the UK and will continue to do so at supermarkets, homes, places of work and leisure, in order to meet public demand. The Department for Transport announced in April 2009 that £230 million would be allocated to incentives the market uptake of EVs in the UK. The scheme become operational in 2011 and each EV purchaser could receive a rebate of between £2,000 -£5,000. Nearly all main car manufacturers will be announcing their EV’s between 2012 -2013.”