Q This is a parking bay that has the cabling and distribution ready for later connection of a charger. A future-proofed site
Q This is a parking bay with a charger in place ready to utilise
Q This is a car park that has had the entire infrastructure installed ready for connection of chargers. It’s future-proofed
Q For everyone to charge simultaneously, Probably not! But there will be a spare capacity for a number of bays (normally 10%) but with a load-balancing system that number can be increased. After that probably a new supply would need to be installed into the block from the electricity supplier.
Q No, because of isolation, electrical regulations and installations logistics and if every resident did this the block could overload the electricity supply
Q The communal / Landlords electrical supply
Q This is an automatic system that distributes the spare electricity capacity across active chargers, so the system doesn’t overload or seek more electricity than is spare.
Q Normally the block service charge. On occasions the freeholder has contributed
Q The resident is responsible for the purchase of the charger and the cost for the engineer to deliver, connect and commission
Q Through an app-based platform. Just like when we park in the street.
Q Money (credit) is added to the user app’ and they pay for the electricity (charge) used. This money is then collected and dropped into the account that pays the landlord/communal electricity bill. Normally the service charge account
Q How long is a piece of string! How flat is your battery and how big is your cars battery? Tesla from flat on a fast charger would charge in approximately in 6-8hrs
Q Via a 3G Sim if a network is available if not it’s connected via wi-fi
Q Future Group can install this as part of the infrastructure
Q Yes, there is a 3-Year warranty on all chargers
Q Most certainly - as long as they have been granted access of course
Q If you use it every day, then treat your car like your mobile phone and plug it in at night
Q Approximately 2pence per mile (on average)
Q Yes, approximately £350 per user. Max £14,000 per workplace installation
Q It varies so much. A rough guide: Standard infrastructure £1000 per point / 7kw Smart Fast-Charger £700-£1200
Q Yes, this is a high-powered electrical device and will need an annual testing & inspection carried out.