Electric Vehicle Home Chargers. Supplied and installed for €699*.

What’s included?

7.4kW Sync EV Smart Charger.
Charger available in tethered & socket versions.
Smartphone app to manage charging.
Tethered unit includes 7.5 meter Type 2 charging cable.
Designed with integrated cable wrap for ease of use.
All units include auto load management as standard.
Professional install by RECI certified technicians.
3 Year product warranty.
Eligible for €600 SEAI Home Charger grant.

What's the cost?

  • €1,299 - Charger cost plus standard installation

  • €600 - SEAI grant available

  • €699 - Net cost

  • Low charging rates available, learn more

  • Above costs do not include any electrical upgrades or wiring if required

How to order?

Call or request a call back below

* After SEAI grant. Additional costs may be required for electrical upgrades or wiring.

Powerful but Compact

Sync EV Home Charger packs all of its 7.4kW power into a small unit with built in cable wrap to stay tidy when not in use.

The Sync EV home charger is available in socket (untethered) and tethered versions, both at the same great price of €699 after grant. Tethered unit includes 7.5m cable.

Both units include auto load balancing. This means it monitors house electricity load and will adjust charging when more electricity is needed in your home.

Cost Effective Charging

Charge your EV for as little as €5.50 on Electric Ireland’s night rate*.
Learn more about Home Electric+ Night boost

If you have solar PV, you can charge your EV for free during sunshine hours.
Learn more about Electric Ireland Solar PV

* Based on Nissan Leaf (40kWh battery) with a driving range of 270km, charging from 20-100%

Home Charger App

Control your home charger with Smartzone powered by Monta, an easy to use app allowing you manage charging schedules, view consumption data and even give charging access to friends, family and guests.

You can even set your charger to public with custom schedules and pricing so you can earn when not at home.  

Home Survey Made Simple

Our partner Smartzone use a convenient & easy to use online Home Charger checklist to ensure safe installation is planned.

Smartzone can also carry out a virtual home visit if required using a secure video call service to capture charger install requirements.

Key Performance Indicators

Call Smartzone today to avail of this exclusive offer

Monday to Friday 8.30am - 5.30pm
Alternatively, complete the form below and Smartzone will call you back.

  • EV Charger Call Back Form

  • Data submitted on this form will be securely transferred to Smartzone to allow them to call you and discuss the offer with you, you may also be contacted by Electric Ireland for research purposes. Smartzone’s privacy policy is accessible on their website.

    Data submitted on this form will also be viewed by Electric Ireland to allow for auditing of the process. Electric Ireland’s privacy policy can be viewed here.

What happens next

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Once you have submitted your details. Our partner Smartzone will call you to discuss next steps & answer any questions you may have.

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Complete online Home Charger Checklist to capture your install requirements. Once complete, request for payment and proposed install date is issued.

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Install will be carried out on agreed date. Smartzone installer will complete a product demonstration of Home Charger and app.

Frequently Asked Questions

Home Charger Offer

How much does a EV Home Charger install cost?

The cost is €1299, with grant of €600 available.

Prices include Sync EV Home Charger (tethered or socket version) including automatic load management & professional installation.

How long will it take for the EV Home Charger to be installed?

Home Charger installations are typically completed in 2-4 weeks. Timelines can vary for a number of reasons such as if you have not received SEAI Home Charger grant approval, if remedial electrical works are required or if demand across the market is high. The Smartzone team will always work with you to deliver a suitable installation based on your needs

Due to the growth of EV sales, we strongly recommend that you request your home charger installation as early as possible to avoid disappointment.

Sync EV Home Charger

What type of cars does the Sync EV home charger work with?

The Sync EV home charger works with all Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV) and Plugin Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEV). The tethered version of home charger comes with Type 2 charging cable permanently attached to charger. All modern EVs use Type 2 connector. We also offer a socket (untethered) version where you use the cable supplied with car to connect the home charger to the vehicle.

What is the difference between Tethered and Socket Home Chargers?

Tethered Home Chargers have a Type 2 charging cable permanently attached to the charger. An extra long 7.5m cable is included in this offer as standard. The longer cable allows you to reach awkward charge port locations without having to park in an certain position. Sync EV has been designed so that cable can be wrapped neatly around the charger when not in use.

Socket version do not include a charging cable and have a socket only. You will use the charging cable supplied with your car to plug into the charger.

Both Tethered and Socket versions have same great price of €1,299.

How does the Sync EV charger connect to the smartphone app?

All chargers use WiFi connectivity. If the location of the home charger has poor WiFi signal, Smartzone will advise you as to how you can extend signal.

What is Automatic Load Balancing?

Automatic load balancing is included in all installations at no extra cost.

This feature monitors the total power that your house is using and will automatically reduce the power to the car at any times that your house requires it, for a electric shower, electric oven or pump for example. This means your house will always get priority and your main fuse will always be protected.

What size is the Sync EV home charger?

Tethered charger: 257cm (H) x 202cm (W) x 139cm (D)

Untethered charger: 297cm (H) x 223cm (W) x 121cm (D)

SEAI Electric Vehicle Home Charger Grant

What is the SEAI €600 home charger grant?

The Electric Vehicle Home Charger Grant is a government funded support scheme assisting residents and homeowners to install an electric vehicle charge point on their property. The scheme provides a grant up to the value of €600 towards the purchase and installation of a home charger unit. The eligibility criteria for the grant is set out below:

The EV must be parked on an off-street parking location associated with the home and the charger must be connected back to the home of the applicant (please refer to your electrician for the best installation approach).

The Meter Point Reference Number (MPRN), which you can find on your electricity bill, will be used to confirm the location of your home.

The property cannot be associated with a previous EV home charge point grant payment. Additionally, it cannot have availed of the free ESB Ecars home charger pre 2018.

Do not commence any work before the start date on your Letter of Offer otherwise this expenditure will be deemed ineligible and you will not receive grant support for it.

You have 6 months from the date on this Letter of Offer, which will be emailed to you, to complete your installation and return your Payment Request Form to SEAI.

When and how do I apply for the SEAI Home Charger grant?

We strongly recommend you apply for the Home Charger Grant as early as possible. You must have received grant approval (Letter of Offer) before starting any installation work on your home.

You can apply for Home Charger grant online and find more information on seai.ie.

How long will it take for SEAI to process the €600 grant payment?

On average applications will be processed for payment on the Home Charger Grant Scheme in approximately 6-8 weeks from the date documents are received into SEAI. These timelines are out of the control of Smartzone and may vary based on the number of applications received at a given time. For this reason, we recommend you organise the install of a home charger through Smartzone well in advance of expected delivery of your vehicle.

Home Charger Installation

What is involved in the EV Charger Installation Checklist?

The Smartzone agent will ask that you complete the checklist and will email you the link to the online checklist. The form includes some straight forward questions about your home and you can easily upload images from your phone to the form to provide the information needed to allow safe installation and ensure the charger can be installed where you want it.

If required, Smartzone can complete a virtual home survey using secure video service on your smartphone.

What work is required on my home to install a home charger?

The home charger will be installed in the most appropriate location on the outside of your home. A cable will run neatly to an isolator switch which is required by Safe Electric regulations. From the isolator switch, the cable will be neatly routed to your electricity consumer unit (commonly known as fuse board) or to your electricity meter. Our partner Smartzone use the surface mounted cabling approach allowing for 10m of cabling and drilling through 2 walls. Cost of additional works where required will be added to price of your home charger installation. No works will be carried out will be carried out without client agreement.

How long will the installation take & does it work straight away?

Smartzone will install your home charger in 2-3 hours. More complex installations may take longer but you will be advised of this in advance of installation. The Smartzone installer will complete the install in a safe, professional and tidy manner ensuring the owner or nominated person is brought through the features of fully connected charger and app. Before leaving your property, the technician will provide you with the relevant documents required by SEAI for grant payment.

Charging your EV at Home

How much does it cost to charge an Electric Vehicle at home?

This depends on your current electricity plan unit rates and the size of the battery. Using the Nissan Leaf (40kWh battery) with a driving range of 270km as an example. If you have a standard 24 hour electricity meter it will cost about €12 to charge from 20-100%. If you have a smart electricity meter, it will cost as little as €5.50 when using the Electric Ireland Night Boost plan. Costs are estimated and based on prices as of 1st October 2022.

How long does it take to charge an Electric Vehicle at home?

This depends on size of the battery in your car and the current level of battery. The Sync EV Home Charger at speeds up to 7.4kW. The below examples assume you are charging your battery from 20% to 100%.

Nissan Leaf (40kWh battery): 4 hours 35 minutes

Kia Niro EV (64kWh battery: 7 hours 20 minutes

Volkswagen ID4 (77kWh battery): 8 hours 50 minutes

Why choose a Home Charger over standard 3 pin plug?

Dedicated Home Charger is a faster, smarter and safer way of charging your EV at home. The Sync EV home charger included in this offer will charge up 3 times faster than a standard 3 pin plug. Speed of charging becomes an important consideration when we want to maximise lower electricity rates during certain times overnight. Home Chargers are specifically designed to handle EV charging electrical loads and all installs must meet strict Electrical Regulations as set by Safe Electric.

Why does my maximum range change after fully charging at home?

Your EV onboard computer continuously calculates your driving range based on the below:

  • Weather: Range will reduce during colder weather and increase during warmer months
  • Driving style: As with other vehicles, the smoother and slower you drive the more efficient the car becomes i.e. increases range.
  • Driving speed: Driving at motorway speeds will use more battery than driving same distance at lower speeds.
EV Preconditioning

Preconditioning is a clever feature in many new EVs on sale today. While the EV is plugged to your home (whether it is charging or not), it can warm up the interior of your EV using mains electricity. This then means that once you begin driving your EV, you will not waste battery on heating the car. This is especially useful in colder Winter months.