Good News Bristol and South Gloucestershire: Government awards over £550,000 to install electric car charging points

August 6th, 2013 Comments Off on Good News Bristol and South Gloucestershire: Government awards over £550,000 to install electric car charging points

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The grantWhy Go Electric: What Plug-in car and van grants available?. Read more ... » will contribute 75 per cent of the fundingJapanese carmakers unite for universal EV charging network. Read more ... » for the rapid charging points, with the remaining 25EV Message: Electric surge as record numbers of drivers switch to plug-in cars. Read more ... » per cent met by the private sector. RAPID-charging points for electric carsUK EV Sales: Electric vehicles create buzz. Read more ... » are to be installed in South Gloucestershire.

The move follows a successful bid from South Gloucestershire, Bristol and Gloucestershire to the Government’s Office for Low Emission VehiclesWhy Go Electric: What Plug-in car and van grants available?. Read more ... ». The £562,000 award will fund the installation of seven charging points over the next two years in South Gloucestershire, helping encourage the uptake of electric cars and reducing the district’s transport-related carbon emissions.

It will also fund eight points in Gloucestershire and Bristol, as part of a network of rapid-charging facilitiesJapanese carmakers unite for universal EV charging network. Read more ... » along the M4 and M5 corridors. They enable motorists to charge a car in about 30Dropped Crawley Council an email regarding the charging points, lack of, in the area.. Read more ... » minutes.

Councillor Brian Allinson, chairman of South Gloucestershire’s planning, transportation and strategic environment committee, said: “This is welcome news and supports our ambition to reduce transport-related carbon emissions in South Gloucestershire by expanding our network of electric-car charging points. These rapid-charging points are especially significant because they will give motorists greater confidence to invest in electric vehicles in the knowledge that they can use them for long-distance as well as short, local journeys.”

The grant will contribute 75 per cent of the funding for the rapid-charging points, with the remaining 25 per cent met by the private sector.

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