Renewables

Electric Vehicle Charging (EV)

Scoop Electrical Services provides the latest electric vehicle (EV) charging solutions for home, commercial and public environments

We are NICEIC accredited and ROLEC approved installers and with a wide range of experience we are well placed to offer quality installations at your home or workplace.

Home charging

Most EV  will take place at home where off street parking is available. We offer a range of smart home charging points ranging from 16A (3.7kW) to 63A (22kW)

Maintenance of your home car charger installation is warranted and guaranteed for 3 years including both parts and labour by Scoop Electrical.

Workplace charging

Electric car charging points for business has never been easier. Scoop Electrical Services provide a range of installation options and benefits for your organisation. 

We provide fast car chargers for all business needs, with reliable installation and long term maintenance for the workplace and commercial environments. 

We also provide Rapid DC charging points for EV’s where fleet businesses require a near instant charge.

Photovoltaic Installations  (PV)

Scoop Electrical Services has been installing PV since the introduction of the feed in tariff if 2010. Unlike many opportunistic companies we have been steadily installing and maintaining  installations in the Oxfordshire area and beyond. As an established electrical  contractors we will continue to install and maintain PV systems for many years to come!

2019 update:

The UK Government has announced plans to axe the Feed-in Tariff (FiT) scheme from April 2019. It does not intend to replace the initiative and there will be no grace period for those projects queuing beyond the closure date of 31st March 2019. The date has been set for both export and generation tariff. The FiT scheme was established in 2010 and provided payments to owners of small-scale renewable generators at a fixed rate per unit of electricity produced and is funded through levies on suppliers, which are passed on to consumers.

An average domestic solar installation cost £12,000 in 2010. It is more like £5,000 in 2019. The aim is that this can now be repaid by savings in electricity usage alone.

On 8 January 2019, BEIS has also published a further consultation on a ‘Smart Export Guarantee’, under which government would legislate for suppliers to remunerate small-scale low-carbon generators for the electricity they export to the grid.