Yes. Presently, there are two grant streams available. One from the UK Government under the Office for Low Emissions Vehicles (OLEV) and one from the Scottish Government, under Home Energy Scotland (HES) and managed by the Energy Savings Trust (EST).
The UK Government, Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme (EVHS), provides a grant of up to 75% contribution towards the cost of an installation - capped at £350 maximum (including VAT) per installation for up to two charge points at your home, providing you have two qualifying vehicles.
The Scottish Government, Home Energy Scotland funding is managed by the Energy Saving Trust and provides up to £300 further funding on top of this, with an additional £100 available for those in the most remote parts of Scotland (please refer to the links for further information).
The initial £350 covered by OLEV will be paid to us directly and any funding claimed from the Energy Savings Trust is claimed by you following the installation and paid directly to you. Any remaining costs will be paid by you to us.
Please note: if applying for the Energy Savings Trust grant, the installation cannot take place until you have received confirmation that you qualify.
Home Energy Scotland Funding
UK Gov Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme