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If you’ve invested in an electric car or plug-in hybrid, you depend on charging options. And the best, cheapest, and most convenient solution is a home charger.

Price for complete charging solution:

Price for complete charging solution, including charger with WiFi and 4G connectivity (with 10 years of free SIM card data included), electrical installation, and everything necessary for a functioning charging solution (and of course including VAT)
See charger and other terms further down the page

Here’s what you get with our charging solution:

  • Professional installation – we focus on delivering a quality job that you’re satisfied with.
  • No ongoing costs – not even for 4G data
  • You choose whether you want a subscription or not – the price is the same regardless of your choice
  • If you want a subscription agreement, we’ll help set up an agreement with Monta – an agreement without subscription costs – only reimbursement – we’re happy to tell you more about the solution.
  • Good charger that works with your electric car or hybrid car, including 4 charging cards for easy charging.

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Or call: 31553161 Feel free to call and get advice on choosing a solution.

Why not just charge from a power outlet?

In short, it’s a very bad idea to use the so-called “granny chargers” or emergency chargers. These are, as the name suggests, slow and not intended for daily use. Furthermore, they also create issues in the installation to which the car is connected. The regular power outlets in homes are not designed for the constant current a car charger draws, risking the outlet, connections, or other vulnerable parts of the installation to burn out. Not only that, but the residual-current device (RCD) in the existing installation may also not be designed for the so-called “leakage currents” emitted by a car charger, and this can in some cases cause this vital electrical component not to function as intended. Therefore, there is a risk that the protection one previously had in their installation becomes ineffective. Therefore, regulations also require that an electric car is connected to a separate residual-current device (RCD), and in certain cases, it may be necessary to use a special type of RCD for EV chargers.

In addition to the safety aspect, there may be certain limitations regarding the installation that supplies power to your unit from the utility company – we always investigate this before we start establishing electrical installation for your charging station.

Benefits of a home charger

There are many benefits to home charging, and for most people, being able to charge at home is what makes them see more advantages than disadvantages to switching to an electric car.

Benefits that can be mentioned:

  • Convenient charging while parking the car anyway
  • Opportunity for charging when electricity is cheapest at night – this advantage can make it very inexpensive to charge, especially during windy weather.
  • Saves costs on fast chargers. Fast chargers charge faster but cost more per kWh. Often, charging at fast chargers will even be more expensive than if you compare it to the cost of filling up fossil fuel for combustion engines.
  • Time-saving rather than unnecessary waiting time at charging stations from providers. Even at fast chargers, there is waiting time – for most electric cars, it’s about 30-40 minutes from 0-70/80% charge.
  • If you have a plug-in hybrid car, the only thing that makes sense is to charge your car with a home charger – as charging on virtually all hybrid cars is very slow and provides limited range.

Tax refund (DK)

The electricity tax constitutes a significant portion of the price of the electricity one uses. Regardless of what the electricity is used for, the tax in 2024 is 76.1 øre per kWh excluding VAT. If you have an electricity agreement with the same company you use for charging subscription, the VAT can also be deducted, resulting in a refund of a total of 94.63 øre – almost 1 krone per kWh.

Tax refund can be received through a charging operator, which is a company connected through the charger and refunds the tax against a subscription or transaction fee. As one is dependent on an operator, it’s important to buy and install a charger approved by most operators.

Many operators have a list of chargers they approve – for example, see the list from Monta:

Approved chargers at Monta

Choice of charger

For most people, a charger with 11 kW charging will be sufficient. Most cars cannot charge faster with AC charging. Additionally you have the opportunity to charge every time you are at home anyway – and for most people, that’s every day. If, for example, you have a driving need of around 20,000 km annually, it’s nowhere near necessary to charge that often.

Therefore, it won’t be the charging power that has significant importance, but rather the flexibility that the charger offers. The following could be good considerations when choosing a charger:

  • Option to connect to a charging operator
  • Good app control – including the ability to control charging and schedule charging at night
  • 4G or WiFi connectivity
  • Can you lock the plug to prevent theft of the charging cable?
  • Appearance of the charger – does it match the house? The size of many chargers varies significantly! The placement of the charger is important – establish it where it aligns with the socket on the car, so connecting and disconnecting the car can be as convenient as possible. Consider this placement before ordering the charger, as the size and color may appear incorrect where you choose to place it.
  • Should it be mounted on the facade of the house, or should it be possible to mount it on a stand in the terrain, for example, at the driveway?
  • Should it have a fixed charging cable or should it have a loose cable and plug which the charging cable is then connected to?
  • Charging power – for example, 11 kW or 22 kW

Recommended home charger

EVON One charger

8.999,- including everything (also including VAT)

Price for delivery, installation, and standard installation of charger as above

Sleek charger, approved charger for tax refund at Monta

The price is for the charger and electrical work – including the necessary equipment in the fusebox. Once the work is completed, you own the charger – and the price is not dependent on you subscribing.
The price is for standard installation with a 10-meter cable run. If there are other conditions in your electrical panel or if excavation is required in the terrain, we are happy to provide a price for this. We are also happy to install the charger you purchase yourself.

If you want a price for a different type of installation for a charging station at your location, please send a picture of your electrical panel with the address of the installation, also preferably a picture of where the charger is desired to be placed. If pictures are not sufficient, we are happy to come by for a non-binding quote.

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If you have questions about whether you can get an electric car charger in your installation, and what type you should go for – please don’t hesitate to contact us. We’re always happy to help with advice and guidance.