Residential EV charging stations
The most convenient way to charge
Safe, convenient, and easy to use, a residential charging station lets you recharge your car while you eat, play, and sleep. Just plug your EV in when you get home, start charging sessions via your charge card, or schedule charging for a certain time of day and be ready to go in the morning.
Am I able to install a home charger?
Contact your landlord and ask about the possibilities.
No problem! You can arrange for a private charging point suited to your technical specifications.
You’ll probably need to get permission, but it’s still a possibility. Several parties are involved, so the process may take a bit longer. Sometimes extra facilities may also be necessary, to enable data exchange with the charging point.
You can sometimes request a public charging point in your area via your municipality. Every municipality deals with this differently. Contact your own municipality to inquire about the possibilities and conditions.
7.4 kW power output
- 50 kWh EV battery7h45m
- 75 kWh EV battery10h
11 kW power output
- 50 kWh EV battery5h15m
- 75 kWh EV battery6h45m
50 kW power output
- 50 kWh EV battery53 min
- 75 kWh EV battery1h20m
150 kW power output
- 50 kWh EV battery18 min
- 75 kWh EV battery27 min
Frequently asked questions about home charging
LeasePlan offers two charging solutions for charging your electric vehicle:
Home Pro fixed cable: charger with 4.5m cable and Dynamic Load Balancing. Standard incl.: relocation, working hours, wall installation, 1 penetration, 10m power and 15m UTP cable, small equipment, extra cabinet, fuse, (ready for) 3-phase and inspection
Home Pro socket: charger with 8m loose cable and Dynamic Load Balancing. Standard incl.: relocation, working hours, wall installation, 1 penetration, 10m power and 15m UTP cable, small equipment, extra cabinet, fuse, (ready for) 3-phase and inspection.
Your existing power supply will probably be sufficient as cars are mainly charged during the night when you’re not using other electrical appliances. Your charging station can be programmed to operate at the right power and at the right time so that any potential overload to your electricity network can be avoided.
If you don’t have the possibility to charge at home, you can use a public charging point. You don’t need a home charger to have an EV as public charging points are growing each year. With charging apps you can easily find an overview of locally available charging points.
The home charger, unlike the lease car, becomes the property of your employer. You therefore need to agree this with your employer.
The charging station is the property of your employer. It is best to check with your fleet manager. Moving a home charger is often more expensive than installing a new one.
The charging station is the property of your employer, who will decide what happens to the charging station.
Do you have your own driveway, garage or private parking? Are you an owner or tenant? Can you take action independently as an owner or is this in consultation with an association of homeowners? In addition, it is best to take into account the mains voltage that is connected in your street. This has an influence on the charging speed of your car.
No this is only accessible with your charge card and is not open to third parties.