The huge increase in electric cars in 2017 has come about because of a greater level of choice for drivers, a shift in the public’s attitude towards electric cars and a constantly improving public recharging network. Combined, this means that UK electric car buyers have a greater selection of vehicles to choose from than ever before.
The future is bright too with a number of plug-in cars set to be launched within the next year or so and, with the UK government’s Plug-in Car Grant now guaranteed until 2018, an electric car is now a viable option for a large number of motorists.
There are a number of grants and loans available this year designed to help people and businesses make the switch to electric vehicles.
If the above requirements are met then the Company would qualify for the loan. The application takes about 10 days to process.
Click here to view the BIK rates for electric vehicles.
1 – Low carbon transport business loan
2 – Domestic EV loan
3 – Business ChargePoint funding
4 – Home ChargePoint funding
Contact Matthew Folan of Home Energy Scotland for more information on interest free loans.