• £70 million to be spent on EV charging stationssupported by Grant Funding

    The Secretary of State for Transport announced on 19th

    February 2013 a new package of measures to support the

    uptake of Plug-In vehicles in the UK. The government

    committed £400 million to encourage the purchasing of full

    electric and electric hybrid vehicles of which £37 million has

    been directly allocated for the installation of tens of

    thousands of EV charging points throughout the UK.

    This £37 million represents approximately 60% grant

    towards the installation of EV charging points which in effect

    means that by the time the private sector has covered the

    remaining 40%, a total of £62 million will be spent on

    government-supported EV charging points by April 2015.

    In addition, it is believed that a further £10 to £15 million

    worth of privately-funded EV charging station installations

    will take place during this period in order to satisfy planning

    permission requirements and the anticipated demand for

    accessible EV charging stations.

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