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Electric Vehicles

We are committed to providing expertise and guidance to empower you to embrace a low carbon future. We are working hard to make your transition to electric vehicles as easy as possible.

 

Read our strategy  

Some of our commitments to you...

80%

carbon emissions

reduction by

2050

50 year 

asset life on our network

Charging hubs

will be built in public car parks,

supermarkets and 

taxi ranks

 

Domestic chargers will provide

150 mile 

charge range

Super chargers at

motorway services

will provide full charge in 

15 minutes

217,000

chargers will be built on our

network by 2023

Our 'high' prediction would see

3 million 

vehicles in our area by 

2023

Over

£58 million

is allocated for EV

chargers in our current

Business Plan period. 

Consulted about EVs in 6

stakeholder

workshops

in February

 

 


We have now published our Electric Vehicle strategy, within this document we set how we will ensure that drivers of electric vehicles are able to charge them in the manner convenient to them. 

The document will also demonstrate our vision for electric vehicle recharging solutions for a range of customer types. 


Low carbon technologies are expected to play an important role in achieving the UK’s targets for improving air quality and reducing carbon emissions.

To make an application for an electric vehicle and/or heat pump installations, please complete and send us an application form.

For more information, please visit the Energy Networks Association information pages on electric vehicles and heat pumps, available to view here.

Getting Electric Vehicles Moving Guide

This guide will provide you with all you need to know about installing on-street charge points.

Electric Vehicle Charging & DNO Engagement

This guide will provide you with information specifically tailored to local authority customers delivering public charging points.  

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