Over 350,000 homes will be fitted with electric vehicle chargers by 2025 as plug-in car uptake surges, according to electric vehicle charging scale-up Andersen.
By 2025, an expected one million electric vehicles will be registered on UK roads bringing with it a spike in the number of home chargers and Andersen is selling them from under £1,000 with a typical installation of a 7KW unit costing about £3,440 after qualifying grants are paid.
The intention of UK businesses to adopt the three main kinds of electrified vehicles has risen rapidly in the last 12 months, according to authoritative new research.
The results show dramatic increases in businesses which report they are either already using, or are considering using, battery electric vehicles, plug-in hybrids and hybrids, according to the Arval Mobility Observatory report, which gains insight from 5,600 businesses across Europe.
SsangYong is offering £3,750 savings on Tivoli models and up to £3,000 off the Korando.
They come with a 4.9% APR finance and cheaper PCP deals across the ranges including the Musso pickup and Rexton SUV.
The extension of protections until the end of October for motor finance and high cost credit customers is good news for people struggling financially during the coronavirus outbreak, said Citizens Advice.
“But it once again throws into sharp relief the chasm between the protections for consumer credit and the protections on household bills like rent or council tax which end in August. This means people could still be getting a payment holiday on their car or sofa, while being thrown out of their home or having their possessions seized for council tax arrears.”