Say hello to Wall Connector
Fast, efficient and compatible with any vehicle.
Wall Connector can adapt to most home electrical systems, with customizable power levels on a range of grid connection and amperage. This versatility allows installation in most homes, apartments, condos and workplaces. The lightweight 24-foot (7.3 meter) cable allows the Mobile Connector to be left in the vehicle.
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Why choose Apex Doma?
When you choose Apex Doma, you’re choosing excellence. We pride ourselves on partnering with industry-leading manufacturers to ensure you’re getting the right charger for your specific requirements.
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We’re here to answer your questions and provide the information you need to make informed decisions about EV charging. Feel free to get in touch with us if you have any inquiries.
What is the cost of charging an electric vehicle at home?
This varies depending on your tariffs. Octopus offers smart charging at super low rates + 6 hours of guaranteed cheap, green energy every night with at 7.5p /kWh offf-peak rate. This works with more than 280 cars and chargers.
If you have solar, you can also charge your car for free! GivEnergy & Tesla also have EV Chargers that work with their batteries.
How long does it take to charge an electric vehicle at home?
This all depends on your cars battery capacity.
- Smaller 30kw batteries will charge in 2 – 4 hours.
- Larger 110kw batteries may take 9 – 12 hours with a 7kw charger.
- With a 22kW charger, a 110kw battery will charge in as little as 4 hours (provided the car can charge at that speed).
When batteries get to 80% charge, they often slow down the charge to preserve the length of battery life, and charging is often much faster from an empty battery.
Most users won’t use a full charge every day (like a tank of fuel) and will only be charging to top up the battery, so charging may only be for an hour or two each night.
Are there government incentives for home EV charging installations?
The EVHS grant scheme closed to applications in April 2022 and was replaced with the EV Chargepoint Grant (EVCG).