Single Installer EVCIA Membership

£125.00 / year

Choose the postcodes around you where you are willing to work. (eg BH, RG, OL, EC1 or All London, All Glasgow etc) separated with a comma.

This membership includes EVCIA Housing Association Chargepoint Installer Panel Membership

Description

This membership is suitable for a single person installer seeking to join EVCIA. The installer can work as a sole trader or operate as a single person company. The installer will not normally employ other installers and will carry out all installation tasks themselves. They may employ office staff.

  • 3 free local installer work orders with membership;
  • Additional work orders: 10% commission (charged on non-materials cost only);
  • Includes Membership of Housing Association Panel;
  • Referrals from national new car sales and leasing network;
  • Aggregated advertising budget: we advertise nationally so you work locally;
  • Free Grant Application service;
  • Free Tariff Checker;
  • Listing in online directory;

Includes downloadable media pack and use of “Approved Installer” logo

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Front Page FAQ

  • Does EVCIA require/prefer the use of a particular manufacturer's equipment?

    ECVIA has a number of Manufacturer members but the decision as to which make of product to use is left to discussion between the customer and the installer. However government grants can only be paid on approved products so if a grant is to be applied for, the installation must use an approved product.

Trade Membership Benefits

  • How does the grant application process work?

    The grant process requires information to show

    • the customer is eligible for a grant;
    • which grant they are eligible for

    ECVIA provides a grant portal which enables either the customer or installer to create documentation suitable for grant applications.

    The information provided for or on behalf of the customer and supplier is supplemented with documentation and required paperwork and is reproduced in the required format for the grant application to be legally submitted.

    On completion the installer can submit the application using the government’s required process.

  • Does EVCIA require/prefer the use of a particular manufacturer's equipment?

    ECVIA has a number of Manufacturer members but the decision as to which make of product to use is left to discussion between the customer and the installer. However government grants can only be paid on approved products so if a grant is to be applied for, the installation must use an approved product.

  • What is the relationship between the Customer, the Installer and the ECVIA

    The ECVIA acts as introducer of the customer to the installer, but the relationship thereafter is directly between the installer and the customer. The installer quotes the customer. delivers the work, invoices the customer directly and receives payment.

    ECVIA will undertake any grant related work required for the installation and will invoice the installer for any commission due, but the relationship with the customer is always direct with the installer.

  • What and how much are the Commissions charged on Bonus Work Allocations

    We recover our marketing costs by charging a commission of 10% on the installations we generate in excess of the free membership allocation.

    The commission is based ONLY on the non-equipment cost of an installation.

    • Hence on a typical £1000 domestic EV installation where the Chargepoint cost might show as £600 with the installation £375, the commission from the referral would be £37.50.
    • On a commercial job where the total cost is £20,000 with £15,000 equipment costs and £5,000 installation, our commission is £500, (£5,000 x 10%).

    We do not charge commission on equipment costs.

    Any installer can refuse any Bonus Work Allocation.

    Bonus Commissions are only payable on invoice for successfully completed work.

    Commissions cover:

    • Our advertising and marketing costs including the cost of acquisition of the client;
    • Payments made under the ECVIA affiliate scheme which is the largest and most successful in the sector
    • The costs we incur for running the ECVIA Grant Assistance and Support Team which is available free of charge to all ECVIA members and their customers whether the customer is introduced by ECVIA or not.
  • How many jobs is EVCIA allocating a week? Are these mostly commercial or residential?

    We currently allocate between 50 and 70 jobs a week. Our current proportion is 60:40 Residential to Commercial.

  • Does EVCIA support only Residential or Commercial Chargepoint Installers?

    The EVCIA supports and works with all types of installers including those that fit any chargepoints whether Domestic/Residential, Commercial, Street/Destination or Rapid Charging infrastructure.

  • I am a EVCIA trade member. Can I use the EVCIA Grant Service for customers not introduced to me by EVCIA

    Yes our grant application and support service can be used by trade members to support any of their customers. If the customer is a residential customer introduced by you it does not count against your EVCIA lead generation total.

Residentlal Chargepoint Grants FAQ

  • How does the grant application process work?

    The grant process requires information to show

    • the customer is eligible for a grant;
    • which grant they are eligible for

    ECVIA provides a grant portal which enables either the customer or installer to create documentation suitable for grant applications.

    The information provided for or on behalf of the customer and supplier is supplemented with documentation and required paperwork and is reproduced in the required format for the grant application to be legally submitted.

    On completion the installer can submit the application using the government’s required process.

Consumer Chargepoint FAQ

  • How does the grant application process work?

    The grant process requires information to show

    • the customer is eligible for a grant;
    • which grant they are eligible for

    ECVIA provides a grant portal which enables either the customer or installer to create documentation suitable for grant applications.

    The information provided for or on behalf of the customer and supplier is supplemented with documentation and required paperwork and is reproduced in the required format for the grant application to be legally submitted.

    On completion the installer can submit the application using the government’s required process.

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