Allstar
Homecharge

Enables direct payments to energy suppliers for business charging at home – ensuring drivers are never out of pocket *

Taking the hassle out of paying for EV home charging

Paying for your drivers’ EV home charging has never been easier. With Allstar Homecharge, you can pay for your driver’s EV home charging directly to their energy supplier.

Accurate payments direct to energy supplier

Works with most smart EV chargers

Happy employees – no bill shock, out of pocket expenses or extra admin

How does Allstar Homecharge work?

Allstar Homecharge integrates with most home chargers

Accurate payments direct to energy supplier

Consolidated view of all your EV charging with Allstar Homecharge and Allstar One Electric

Frequently asked questions

* In order to comply with HMRC Vehicle Fuel benefit businesses may require a process to identify and reclaim payments for private use.

Why would Allstar Homecharge be good for my fleet?

Without a solution like Allstar Homecharge, businesses rely on schemes such as the Government’s EV AER to reimburse their drivers – but this can leave drivers out of pocket.

Allstar Homecharge is the easy, accurate way to pay your drivers’ energy provider directly for the electricity they use to charge their vehicles.

How does Allstar Homecharge work?

Allstar Homecharge integrates with your drivers’ home charging points and calculates the exact cost of the energy used to charge their vehicles. This is paid from your business straight to the supplier.

How does Allstar Homecharge work?

Allstar Homecharge is an EV home-charging system designed to make paying for employees’ at home charging easier than ever. Integrating with most home chargers, the Allstar Homecharge system sends accurate payment records directly to energy suppliers, making it easier to manage charging expenses and removing unexpected bills and payments for your employees.

Can I have a 22kW charger at home?

No, the chances are you won’t be able to have a 22kW charger at home, as most UK homes are unable to support this high rate of electricity transfer. This is because these higher rate charge points require a three-phase electricity supply, and the majority of residential homes operate on a single-phase supply.

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