McNally EV

McNally EV are responsible for the installation of over a thousand electric vehicle charge points across the nation. Formed in 2014, in 3 years we’ve established ourselves as one of the most reputable electric vehicle charge-point installers in the electric vehicle industry. Our hard work, dedication, and commitment to providing customers with quality, has led to us becoming a Nationwide Installation Partner of Rolec. Rolec being one of the largest distributors of outdoor electrical equipment on the planet.

Our level of service doesn’t just focus just on the installation of your charge points however. At the first point of contact we’ll welcome you and assess if you require a pre-survey, where our engineers will come visit your site to assess exactly what sort of work, and job, are required.

We supply the unit, ensuring the unit you have requested is ordered and arrives on time for your install. As well as this, we’re on hand to assist you fill in the required paperwork to claim your OLEV Grant, with which you could save £500 off the cost of your home charge installation.

If you’re seeking a charge point in your workplace, we will assess if you qualify for the Work Charging Scheme, with which you could be eligible for funding of up to £6000 off the cost of your installation.

One of our OLEV accredited installers will then come install your unit, at a date and time that is convenient for you.

The level of service doesn’t just end there however. With our maintenance packages, we’ll maintain your unit, ensuring that it remains in top condition following installation. We’re with you every step of the way.

Our reputation has led to us installing charge points at some of the larger organisations in the country, and the demand for commercial work of this manner has increased incredibly.

We were recently nominated for the Best New Business at the Yorkshire Business Awards, a massively credible annual award that recognises the largest companies in the area. To be nominated for such an award, despite being relatively young is a huge honour, and a testament to our hard work.

So, if you’re thinking of joining the electric vehicle revolution, then keep us in mind for your electric vehicle charge point requirements.

We supply, we install, we maintain.

Call: 01535 444101

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