on-street EV charging

on-street EV charging


It may be possible to string an outdoor-rated extension lead across a footpath, e.g. with a cable protector to reduce tripping hazards. But this should be an "emergency" option only. The option at the moment is to charge where there are EV stations. You can check https://www.plugshare.com/ or this website to find convenient chargers. Of course, more chargers will be installed in the future! 


Chargers needed per EV:




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