About Us


This is the beginning of an exciting journey, we’re charging our batteries to create, and project manage your end-to-end, bespoke solution to enable every UK leaseholder to charge their electric vehicles at home.

Our Team

Introducing the founders of EV Solutions Group Ltd, but watch out for further additions to the team in the coming months.

Ken Ingram

Managing Director of EV Solutions Group Ltd

Ken is a serial entrepreneur and has built many start-ups over the years, and until recently founded and ran a tech consultancy and global support and maintenance company. Ken’s core skills lie in his ability to build and manage both pre and post IPO companies whilst designing and implementing business models focused around project management, strategy, operations and general business and people management.


Technical Director of EV Solutions Group Ltd.

Alan is a Member of the Institute of Residential Property Management (www.irpm.org.uk) with more than 15 years’ experience in the residential leasehold sector and prior to this, 15 years in IT. This combined experience led to an approach by the Institute of Residential Property Management to produce a white paper on the subject of the installation of EV infrastructure in residential leasehold environments.

Frequently Asked Questions

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From 1st April 2022, grants will be available on the basis of £350 per charger and £500 per charger as a contribution towards infrastructure costs. EV Solutions Group can apply for grants on behalf of clients.

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We can. EV Solutions Group sees individual leaseholders as the starting point of any EV charging infrastructure within a leasehold environment. Our project plans start with single leaseholders and can take a site through the whole evolution to a site-wide scheme.

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We anticipate that the managing agent/property manager will do this with support from EV solutions with specification documents, quotations and answers to leaseholder or landlord queries.

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In some cases, this may be possible if the car parking space is close to the leaseholder’s electricity meter AND the local transformer can handle the increased load. In most leasehold developments, there is usually a considerable distance between the leaseholder’s electricity meter and the car parking space with cost and safety issues rendering this approach impractical.