Council aims to turbo-charge electric car use in Oxford

June 22nd, 2016 Comments Off on Council aims to turbo-charge electric car use in Oxford

CouncilCouncil ask where to install more electric car charging points. Read more ... » aiming to turbo-charge#Renault #ZOE #EV and its #Chameleon Charger: bye-bye plug-at-home connector. Good plan?. Read more ... » electricMost Welcome News for EV Drivers: @Ecotricity expands rapid charger network. Read more ... » carMost Welcome News for EV Drivers: @Ecotricity expands rapid charger network. Read more ... » use#Renault #ZOE #EV and its #Chameleon Charger: bye-bye plug-at-home connector. Good plan?. Read more ... » in Oxford#Spontaneous #ev #roadtrip #travels from #Hampstead to #Oxford - "take THAT, range anxiety!". Read more ... »
AN ATTEMPT to jump-start Oxford’s slow uptake of electric vehiclesFord Focus Electric goes on sale in UK. Read more ... » is now in motion, with up to 30 newNew electric car club in Stratford is first of its kind in UK. Read more ... » charging pointsCheltenham Bikes installs electric car charging points at its Railway Station HQ. Read more ... » arriving in the next 12EV Message: Electric surge as record numbers of drivers switch to plug-in cars. Read more ... » months.
People and businesses across the cityNissan e-NV200 to join Taxi Electric fleet. Read more ... » are being called on to help develop the plan and find suitable places for the trialYour Homes Newcastle takes part in electric car trials. Read more ... » stations, which will be bought in the summer.
In April this year Oxford City CouncilFinally a realisation!: Electric car charging points may be ‘in the wrong place’. Read more ... » received an £800,000 grantWhy Go Electric: What Plug-in car and van grants available?. Read more ... » to add an extra 100 chargingMost Welcome News for EV Drivers: @Ecotricity expands rapid charger network. Read more ... » stations to the city – where only 85 people currently drive electric carsHerefordshire gets its first electric car charge points. Read more ... ».
John Tanner, the council’s board member for climate changeUltra Low Emission Zone. Read more ... », said: “What we have at the moment is the early adopters, the enthusiasts.
“But with more plug-inPlug-in car grant extended with extra £400m until March 2018. Read more ... » pointsHerefordshire gets its first electric car charge points. Read more ... » around the city, I think more people are going to take the plunge and buyWhy Go Electric: What Plug-in car and van grants available?. Read more ... » electric vehiclesDumfries and Galloway Council staff electric car 'anxiety'. Read more ... ».”
There are currently 13EV Message: Electric surge as record numbers of drivers switch to plug-in cars. Read more ... » on-street chargingGood Time to Go #Electric: DfT gives £37m to spread #electric #car #charging points. Read more ... » stations around Oxford, of which three, Summertown Car ParkHerefordshire gets its first electric car charge points. Read more ... », Cowley Road and Worcester Street Car Park, have reported faults.
It is hoped the 100 new devices will begin to be rolled out in 2018, making make electric vehicleAre EVs better for the environment?. Read more ... » ownershipHello Electric Car: Event Introduces Area Drivers to Electric Vehicles. Read more ... » possible for 16UK set to see rapid rise of electric car superchargers in 2014. Read more ... »,000 extra homes.
Mr Tanner added that another barrier to more people making the switch#ElectricCar sales in #UK expected to double in 2013 as prices start to fall. #EV #london #green #eco. Read more ... » was the initial costElectric Avenue trial project seeks new participants. Read more ... » of a vehicle, which he said was comparatively “quite high”.
But he added: “We have to get into our heads that although these vehicles cost a lotagreed: More charging points for electric cars needed in Gloucestershire, says campaigner . Read more ... » to buy in the first place, they are very cheap to run, and don’t pollute the atmosphere.
“A petrolAre EVs better for the environment?. Read more ... » or diesel vehicle is pumping nitrogen dioxide into Oxford’s atmosphere. To switch to renewable energy from fossil fuelGreen motorists motivated by money (and environment benefits). Read more ... » is the right way to go.”
Those already drivingMichael Vaughan chooses Ampera. Read more ... » an ultra-low emission vehicle (ULEVPlug-in car grant extended with extra £400m until March 2018. Read more ... ») could struggle to get around Oxford due to a lack of available charge points.
Low Carbon Hub CEOPlug-in car grant extended with extra £400m until March 2018. Read more ... » Barbara Hammond, who lives in a terraced house on Osney Island, bought a ToyotaThree-wheel wonder! Toyota i-ROAD urban electric vehicle to be tested in Tokyo. Read more ... » Prius Plug-in hybridUltra Low Emission Zone. Read more ... » – which can switch between electrical powerAre EVs better for the environment?. Read more ... » and fuel-burning – three years ago.
She said: “When we get the space outside we would like to plug in from our house and use a ‘cable#Renault #ZOE #EV and its #Chameleon Charger: bye-bye plug-at-home connector. Good plan?. Read more ... » gully’ – a safe means of getting the cable across the pavement.
“If you live in a city being able to charge it is an issueGreen motorists motivated by money (and environment benefits). Read more ... ». A lot of people would have an electric vehicle#ElectricCar News: EV trial shows future viability, says Zenith. Read more ... » if they could be sure of charging it.”
ResearchResearch reveals predicted electric car boom at UK hot spot cities. Read more ... » recently carried out by the city council suggested one in five people would consider going electric with their next vehicle.
Giles Dobson, 37, the owner of Oxford River Cruises based at Folly Bridge, said he would definitely buy an electric carHerefordshire gets its first electric car charge points. Read more ... » if there were a place to charge it.
The Lake Street resident said: “My introduction to electric vehicles was the boats we operate – they’re electrically propelled themselves.
“To me the attraction of electric vehicles is the environmental benefit primarily, but also they have companyFord Focus Electric goes on sale in UK. Read more ... » car and tax benefits.”
Mr Dobson was among a small group of Oxford residents who met with the council on June 8Electric vans could save London businesses millions a year. Read more ... » to discuss having a charging pointElectric Avenue trial project seeks new participants. Read more ... » on their street.
He added: “Lake Street is one of the worst for on-street parkingFinally: Motorists warned over parking at electric car charging points #ev #charging #ukcharge. Read more ... » because of the community centreGreen Good: Electric car sales speed up as UK plugs in to global trend. Read more ... », the health centre and the swimming pool.
“This schemeDumfries and Galloway Council staff electric car 'anxiety'. Read more ... » would make it feasible for me to get an electric car.”

Source: http://m.oxfordtimes.co.ukMost Welcome News for EV Drivers: @Ecotricity expands rapid charger network. Read more ... »/newsBYD electric cars coming to London. Read more ... »/14567364.Council_aiming_to_turbo_charge_electric_car_use_in_Oxford/

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