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Amendment 1: BS 7671:2018

A Draft for Public Comment is now available for Amendment 1 to BS 7671:2018
  • DPC will open from 1st October until 30th November 2019
  • The DPC will consist of changes to Section 722 – Electric Vehicle Charging Installations

The amendment follows advances in technology enabling a more practical solution for Electric Vehicle Charging Installations.

Have your say on Amendment 1 to BS 7671:2018.

The Amendment, which is due to publish in early 2020, will be free to view on the IET and BSI websites, and will form part of a consolidated version of BS 7671 following the next major amendment, expected in 2022.

The DPC is available on BSI’s website and industry is invited to view the draft and submit comments by the deadline of 30th November 2019. More information can be found at theiet.com/updates

Dan Palmer, Associate Director of Committees at BSI said about the Amendment:

“The UK is leading the electric revolution with ambitious plans to deliver cleaner air and a better environment by committing to 50% of new car sales to be ultra-low emission by 2030. The built environment and electrical infrastructure is the first step on the journey to making these green plans possible. BS 7671 Requirements for Electrical Installations (the IET Wiring Regulations) has been updated in Section 722 to make the installation of electric charging points quicker, easier and less costly. It will help to make electric charging common-sight on UK streets and fuel the growth of the electric car usage.”

Mark Coles, Head of Technical Regulations at the IET, is proud of the way that the technical committees have been able to respond to the changes in technology. He explains: “Technical committees have been able to address a new opportunity for electric vehicle charging installations that provides a practical solution benefiting industry, consumers and government alike, to help the UK lead the way in the roll-out of infrastructure to support the electric vehicle revolution.

“This update to the IET Wiring Regulations puts the electrical industry at the forefront of driving technological innovation to ensure the installation of practical, safe charging points that are accessible to all.

“By producing Amendment 1 to BS 7671:2018 as a stand-alone, free-to-view document, this updated Section 722 will reach industry much quicker than a full, consolidated amendment would allow, enabling installers to take advantage of BS 7671:2018+A1:2020 as soon as possible.”

To read more about the latest update to BS 7671:2018, click this link