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To support the rising demand for electricity due to the increasing transition to electric vehicles, EV charging units sold in Great Britain for private use are being regulated – this will apply to both domestic and workplace use. The regulations will guarantee charging points have smart functionality. This will allow the charging of electric vehicles when there is less demand on the grid, or when more renewable electricity is available. The regulations will also make sure that charging points meet specific device-level requirements, enabling a minimum level of access, security, and information for consumers.
The regulations cover smart cables (defined as an electrical cable which is a charge point and can send/receive information) and electric vehicle private charging units sold for workplace or domestic use in Great Britain. These regulations will be live from 30th June 2022. The regulations do not apply to private charging points sold before 30th June 2022.
How to comply
The regulations state that charging units sold for private charging of vehicles must meet specific device-level requirements:
Charge points must also:
More information on the regulations can be found here