Nottingham Gets First Electric Home Charger

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.On National Clean AirUltra Low Emission Zone. Read more ... » Day (15The Future is bright & Electric: Govt to fund UK rapid charging network. Read more ... » June), a NottinghamLamp posts with charging points and free parking for green cars: Four cities get £40m pot to improve electric-car infrastructure. Read more ... » resident has become the first person in the cityNissan e-NV200 to join Taxi Electric fleet. Read more ... » to have a homeBarnet council responses to "Open Letter". Read more ... » smart chargerWell done Leeds: Electric car charge point for Otley car park. Read more ... » installed for his electricWhat with all Electric Car Charging points "lack of use" bashing on the Media. Here is what I think on this... (Draft). Read more ... » carWhat with all Electric Car Charging points "lack of use" bashing on the Media. Here is what I think on this... (Draft). Read more ... ». The smart charger has been installed free of chargeWireless electric vehicle charging explained. Read more ... » through the Electric Nation project.

Nottingham gets its first electric vehicle home smart charger

Nottingham is part of the Go Ultra LowThames Valley to join UK electric car vision. Read more ... » City SchemeFinally upgrade for Essex: Electric car charge points to be set up in Chelmsford and Braintree. Read more ... » and the city is leading£11 million to research carbon-cutting technology. Read more ... » the way with many initiatives that are improving local air quality, which is benefiting people’s health. Such efforts are being recognised todayUSA: LEAF “No Charge To Charge” Program Now Live. Read more ... », as former US vice president turned eco activist Al Gore presents Nottingham City with the Ashden Award for Clean Air in Towns and CitiesPark for free and use the bus lane - if you drive an electric car. Read more ... », for developing greener transport that has helped Nottingham achieve the lowest emissionsThames Valley to join UK electric car vision. Read more ... » per head of population of all large UKElectric cars gain momentum. Read more ... » cities outside LondonWhat with all Electric Car Charging points "lack of use" bashing on the Media. Here is what I think on this... (Draft). Read more ... ».

Air pollutionYou're wrong Baroness Kramer. Electric Car is actually intended for ALL trips: both short and Long! #BBCRadio4. Read more ... » is associated with 40,000 early deaths each year, and the annual costsHave-a-go EVs: Northampton has UK's first entirely electric pay-per-use car club . Read more ... » to the health service and society are more than £20Number of ultra-low emission vehicles breaks 25,000 barrier. Read more ... » billion. Air pollutionParis restricts car use after pollution hits high. Read more ... » increases the risk of some serious illnesses, and can make existing conditions, like respiratory disorders, worse. It increases the risk of getting lung cancer, and contributes to about 1Siemens delivers EV infrastructure packages in South Tyneside and Dorset. Read more ... » in 13Extra charging points for electric vehicles in Fife. Read more ... » cases. National Clean Air Day is raising awareness about how to reduce the amount of air pollution we create, encouraging discussion and collaboration to beat pollution together, and providing tips about how to avoid harmful air pollution.

Electric vehiclesElectric cars gain momentum. Read more ... » (EVsTesla takes UK supercharger network to Sainsbury's. Read more ... ») have zero tailpipe emissions and therefore help to provide a solution to the challenge of poor local air quality. The UK GovernmentRT: £9m to be invested in electric car charging points. Read more ... » has ambitious targets for the uptake of EVs, and sales are currently increasing at a rapidUK set to see rapid rise of electric car superchargers in 2014. Read more ... » rate.

While the UK electricityGood News Hampshire: Electric cars get six new charge points (& hopefully more) thanks to £315K UK Grant. Read more ... » systemWireless electric vehicle charging explained. Read more ... » has plenty of capacityMore rapid chargers coming to Northumberland. Read more ... » to deliver energy to EVs currently and for the foreseeable future, smart chargingWhat with all Electric Car Charging points "lack of use" bashing on the Media. Here is what I think on this... (Draft). Read more ... » can play an important role in ensuring electricity networkTesla takes UK supercharger network to Sainsbury's. Read more ... » upgrades are kept to a minimum as the numberElectric cars gain momentum. Read more ... » of EVs increase.

Smart chargersElectric cars gain momentum. Read more ... » can provide added functionality for electric carWhat with all Electric Car Charging points "lack of use" bashing on the Media. Here is what I think on this... (Draft). Read more ... » owners too, and enable charging to be managed at peak times while ensuring that their vehicleWireless electric vehicle charging explained. Read more ... » is still charged when they need it. In order to trialWireless electric vehicle charging explained. Read more ... » how smart chargers can help address the challenge of increasing number of EVs on local electricity networksMy Electric Avenue report stresses collaboration. Read more ... », the Electric Nation project is recruiting newNew electric car club in Stratford is first of its kind in UK. Read more ... » EVWhat with all Electric Car Charging points "lack of use" bashing on the Media. Here is what I think on this... (Draft). Read more ... » owners and providing a free* smart charger, so it can learn from the data – and the feedback – from trial participants.

Nottingham’s first Electric Nation participant, Peter Slack, comments: “I am excited to be part of this forward-thinking project run by Electric Nation. Our old family car had come to the end of its working lifeAre EVs better for the environment?. Read more ... », and with second-generation electric vehiclesUK: Rockingham installs EV charging points. Read more ... » available, the timeElectric cars gain momentum. Read more ... » felt right to go electric. I researched the available EVs and settled for a new NissanNissan e-NV200 to join Taxi Electric fleet. Read more ... » LEAFUSA: LEAF “No Charge To Charge” Program Now Live. Read more ... ». The electric LEAF is easy to drive; there are no gears, so you just press and go! It’s quiet, comfortable and quick. Our LEAF will primarily be usedKudos: Heathrow Airport increases fleet of electric cars in bid to improve CO2 emissions. Read more ... » for urban and ‘extra urban’ travel#Chargemaster to roll out wireless electric car charging. Read more ... » (up to 100 miles a day) meaning almost all of its charging will be done at home.”

“The Electric Nation project has provided and installed a high quality smart charger which is now in regular useTesla takes UK supercharger network to Sainsbury's. Read more ... ». This has been a great success so far and we look forward to contributing to Electric Nation’s researchUK Gov: Boosting Green and Electric Car/ Low emission Car uptake with £500 Million Investment. Read more ... », especially into the ‘human factors’ aspects of electric vehicleBarnet council responses to "Open Letter". Read more ... » ownershipMy Electric Avenue report stresses collaboration. Read more ... » and charging patterns. I hope this research will ensure that many more people can enjoy the electric vehicle experienceWhat with all Electric Car Charging points "lack of use" bashing on the Media. Here is what I think on this... (Draft). Read more ... », providing us all with a clean air urban environment and cost#Chargemaster to roll out wireless electric car charging. Read more ... »-effective travel.”

Cllr Jon Collins, Portfolio Holder for Strategic InfrastructureUK set to see rapid rise of electric car superchargers in 2014. Read more ... », Nottingham CouncilLetter to Barnet Council: Re: Council ask where to install more electric car charging points. Read more ... », said: “The health of people in Nottingham is a top priority for us which is why we are keen to show support of the National Clean Air Day to highlight what is being done to improve air quality in the city. We are really proud that Nottingham has been recognised as an exemplary core city which has been pioneering greenFinally upgrade for Essex: Electric car charge points to be set up in Chelmsford and Braintree. Read more ... » and clean initiatives that are rapidly developing to improve the air in Nottingham.”

“Nottingham has an excellent reputation for providing sustainable travel solutions which in turn will help reduce congestionFairness: #Hybrid and sub 100g/km cars to lose exemption from #London #Congestion #Charge. take that wannabees!. Read more ... » and air pollution in the city. Travelling on our clean buses and trams, together with cycling and walking, helps improve air quality, has health benefits and can also improve accessTesla takes UK supercharger network to Sainsbury's. Read more ... » to jobs, education and training. Working with the pioneering project, Electric Nation, this supports Nottingham’s Go Ultra Low project in increasing the uptake of electric vehicles to improve air quality in the city.”

Electric Nation is a Western PowerWireless electric vehicle charging explained. Read more ... » DistributionMy Electric Avenue leads electric cars away from grid meltdown. Read more ... » (WPD) and Network Innovation Allowance funded project. WPD’s collaboration partnersHave-a-go EVs: Northampton has UK's first entirely electric pay-per-use car club . Read more ... » in the project are EA TechnologyNissan e-NV200 to join Taxi Electric fleet. Read more ... », DriveElectric, Lucy Electric GridKey and TRLWireless UK: UK motorway to charge electric cars on the move. Read more ... ».

The Electric Nation trial is taking place in the WPD network areas in the Midlands, South West and South WalesWales launches first #ElectricCar club. Read more ... ». This areaLetter to Barnet Council: Re: Council ask where to install more electric car charging points. Read more ... » includes Nottinghamshire and Derby, which will use £6Electric vans could save London businesses millions a year. Read more ... » million of Go Ultra Low funding2/2: Driving the Future Today A strategy for ultra low emission vehicles in the UK. Read more ... » to install 230 charge pointsElectric cars gain momentum. Read more ... » and offerStatistics are here: Usage of Exeter electric Car Park chargepoints. Read more ... » ULEVUltra Low Emission Zone. Read more ... » owners discounted parkingNissan to Exhibit EV-Related Systems at CEATEC JAPAN 2012. Read more ... », as well as access to over 13 miles of bus lanesPark for free and use the bus lane - if you drive an electric car. Read more ... » along key routes across the cities. The investment will also pay for a new businessNissan e-NV200 to join Taxi Electric fleet. Read more ... » support programme, letting local companies ‘try before they buyWell Done: Birmingham switched on to potential of electric cars. Read more ... »’.

The Electric Nation project is seeking to recruit 500-700 people buying or leasingBusinesses charged up about electric car savings. Read more ... » new electric vehicles (of all makes and modelsNumber of ultra-low emission vehicles breaks 25,000 barrier. Read more ... », pure electric and plug-inPlug-in car grant extended with extra £400m until March 2018. Read more ... » hybrids) to take part in the largest trial of its kind. Trial participants will get a free* smart charger installed.

Places on the trial are now filling up fastE-Car Club signs up Nissan LEAFs for hire in Milton Keynes. Read more ... », so any new EV ownersAs #evmeerkat gets limited ITV News' airtime: A few thoughts about "2/3 charging points in London are not being used" #news #Ev #ElectricCar #pollution. Read more ... » who wantUSA: LEAF “No Charge To Charge” Program Now Live. Read more ... » one of the latest smart chargers installed free of charge are advised to apply as soon as possible.

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