More electric vehicle charge points to benefit motorists across Horsham

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Additional funding for EV charge points in Horsham

As a result of collaboration between Horsham District Council and West Sussex County Council, additional funds have been awarded to the West Sussex Chargepoint Network to provide more electric vehicle (EV) charge points for Horsham District residents who live in areas which have no off-street parking.

The funding, which is part of an overall £1.8 million funding programme awarded for West Sussex as a whole, will see more charge points being installed in car parks in Bramber, Henfield, Steyning and the Pavilions in the Park car park in Horsham.

Largest roll-out of EV charge points in the UK

The Council and West Sussex County Council, signed a contract last year with Connected Kerb, EV charging infrastructure solutions provider, to install and maintain thousands of charging points. This is the largest-ever local authority roll-out of (EV) charging points in the UK.

The programme will transform EV provision locally, seeing thousands of chargepoints installed on streets and council-owned car parks, as well as in Parish Council and village hall car parks, which will help many drivers without off-street parking to go electric.

The roll-out will take place over the next decade. The programme is fully funded by Connected Kerb, meaning zero cost to the Council.

Boost of electric vehicle uptake in Horsham

Horsham District Council Cabinet Member for Environment and Rural Affairs Cllr James Wright said: “The expansion of this programme is great news for our District.

“By increasing access to publicly-accessible electric chargepoints, the uptake of electric vehicles will be boosted for residents and businesses alike and this extra provision will encourage more people to make the switch to electric vehicles.

“They will make the switch to electric with more confidence and this will contribute greatly to our vision for a greener, cleaner district, reducing our dependence on fossil fuel and reducing carbon emissions.”


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