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Electrical Contractors – NICEIC Approved

What are the benefits?

The NICEIC is the number one regulatory body for electrical contractors in the UK.

At Power365, we are proud to be one of over 26,000 registered NICEIC approved contractors.

The National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting (NICEIC) Approved Contractor Scheme is a system that allows electrical contractors to showcase their competence in electrical installations.
By using an approved contractor like Power365 you can be sure that we adhere to the high standards of safety, competence and customer service set by the NICEIC.

Here’s a selection of our services:

  • EV charging design and build
  • Industrial Electrical Installation and Project Management
  • High end residential projects
  • New build installations

Current projects:

  • New Industrial Power & Lighting Installation including a warehouse and offices in East London
  • Warehouse

  • Complete electrical package for 26 new-build flats in South London
  • Flats

  • Power and lighting installation including EV charger for new build house in West London
  • Solar

  • 10 panel Solar PV installation in South London
  • Solar PV

Lets talk! Book a free site visit to discuss your works.

Office for Zero Emission Vehicle Approved Installers

Power365 are approved installers with OZEV for the ‘Workplace Charging Scheme’ and the Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme’.

So, no matter where you would like a new EV Charger installed, Power365 can help and can claim the government-backed grant towards the cost.

Claim up to £14,000 towards the cost of installation

What is the Workplace Charging Scheme (WCS)?

The Workplace Charging Scheme (WCS) is a government scheme for electric vehicles offered by the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV). Businesses can use to reduce the cost of installing electric vehicle chargepoints for their staff by up to £14,000.

  • The WCS grant is capped at £350 per chargepoint socket up to 40 sockets per applicant business
  • It’s available to any business, charity or public authority, with some conditions
  • The WCS reduces the purchase and installation cost of a new workplace charging station (single socket) by 75% (capped at £350 per socket)
  • A single business can claim for up to a maximum of 40 chargepoints (e.g. 40 single socket or 20 double socket chargepoints)
  • You can’t retrospectively claim for existing chargepoints on your premises

The WCS is available to any business, charity or public authority, with some conditions including the following:

  • You must have sufficient off-street parking
  • While you do not need to currently have electric vehicles as part of your fleet, you will need to express an existing or future need for the business
  • You must have the EV chargers installed by an OLEV-approved workplace installer like Power 365

The WCS is a voucher-based system:

  • The WCS system is voucher-based
  • Firstly, you must complete an online application
  • If successful you will be emailed a voucher code which you can then present to your OLEV-approved installer which your installer will then use to claim the grant after the installation is complete
  • The voucher code is valid for 120 days from the date of issue

Why Power365?

  • We are WCS approved by the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV)
  • We are approved to redeem the value of the voucher (worth £350 inc VAT per socket) (Up to a maximum value of £14,000 off the total cost of equipment and installation)
  • We are trained and approved Installers for various EV charger manufacturers
  • We are an independent specialist so will provide completely impartial advice
  • We will provide a free site surveys

If you would like to discuss any work with one of our engineers please get in touch to book a site visit.

EICR – Electrical Installation Condition Reporting

What is the aim of an Electrical Installation Condition Report?

The five main aims of an EICR are:

  • To record the results of the inspection in order to make sure your electrical installations are safe, until the next inspection
  • To find any damage and wear and tear that might affect safety, and have it reported
  • To find any components of the electrical installation that do not meet the IET Wiring Regulations
  • To help identify any appliance or object that could cause electric shocks and high temperatures
  • To keep an important record of the installation’s condition at the time of the inspection. This can be used in any future inspection

What are the two types of EICR?

  • A ‘visual condition report’ – this does not include testing and is only suitable if your installations have been tested recently. Power 365 will produce a detailed inspection report based on your current electrical installation. A non-intrusive survey is carried out by a fully qualified electrical engineer and will advise of any issues or defects. This is not suitable if previous testing has not been carried out. It can include thermal imaging and load monitoring if required.

  • A ‘periodic inspection report’ or Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) – is a detailed assessment of your current electrical installation. This includes intrusive surveying and testing of all circuits by a fully qualified Power 365 electrical engineer. Upon completion Power 365 will issue an EICR along with a cover letter detailing any recommendations or immediate issues found

An EICR should be carried out every 10 years for domestic dwellings.

For rented properties, an EICR should be carried out every 5 years or every change of tenancy.

If you would like to discuss any work with one of our engineers please get in touch to book a site visit.

HV Maintenance Solutions

When a fault happens, it can be extremely disruptive, expensive and dangerous. Maintaining your electrical switchgear is essential to ensure the equipment is in good working order, fully operational, safe to use and legally compliant.

Power365 can manage your maintenance requirements, HV or LV.

We offer modern asset-based, flexible packages. We offer intrusive and non-intrusive preventative maintenance, condition monitoring, testing & commissioning, fault diagnostics and post-fault repair work.

Power365 staff are fully trained and authorised for any private network. We can provide an SAP to carry out full HV isolation and a team of engineers to carry out the work.

All site reports and maintenance sheets are logged online in your own customer portal. Each asset can be databased and QR coded for ultra-quick fault reporting.

A site operative can scan the QR code on the asset and instantly send a brief report and photo straight to Power365.

We will instantly know where the asset is, what it is, and any previous history.

Our HV / LV maintenance includes:

  • Monthly or yearly visual inspections
  • Thermal imaging
  • Partial discharge monitoring
  • Comprehensive substation audits
  • Operational maintenance
  • Battery tripping unit maintenance
  • Relay protection testing
  • Low ohm resistance testing (Ductor testing)
  • Insulation resistance testing
  • Panel cleaning
  • Checking of connections
  • Busbar inspections
  • Oil sampling, testing and analysis

Current projects:

  • High voltage 33kv inspections and maintenance at various battery storage sites in the UK

  • Battery Storage - HV Maintenance

  • Low voltage DC trackside maintenance on Tramways in London
  • London Trams - HV Maintenance

  • Supply of SAP’s for maintenance at various Sites in London and South East
  • SAP London 3 - HV:LV Maintenance

If you would like to discuss any work with one of our engineers please get in touch to book a site visit.

HV Installation Projects

Power365’s team of engineers can manage, install, test and commission your new substation installation or asset replacement projects.

The team have many years of experience in DNO, IDNO and private networks project delivery.

Power365 can supply anything from just an SAP for a day up to a complete installation package.

We can carry out the following range of services:

  • IDNO / ICP Substation pre-energisation audits
  • IDNO / ICP substation installation including plant delivery, jointing, testing and commissioning
  • High Voltage project management
  • High voltage cable diversions
  • Cable jointing and testing
  • Specialist cable identification and spiking

Recent projects completed:

  • Package substation installed on a Private Network, South West London
  • Package Substation installation - HV:LV Installation

If you would like to discuss any work with one of our engineers please get in touch to book a site visit.

EV Charging Installation Areas

Power365 currently install EV chargers across the South East and the London area. So, whether you’re located in a rural location or a suburban jungle, we can help.

We also carry out HV/LV installation and maintenance work nationwide and are not limited to the South East.

  • Bedfordshire
  • Berkshire
  • Buckinghamshire
  • Cambridgeshire
  • East Sussex
  • Essex
  • Greater London
  • Hampshire
  • Hertfordshire
  • Kent
  • Medway
  • Milton Keynes
  • Norfolk
  • Northamptonshire
  • Oxfordshire
  • Peterborough
  • Suffolk
  • Surrey
  • Swindon
  • West Sussex