At the charging hubs, customers can park for free overnight and charge their electric vehicles at competitive prices. The initiative is funded by the Office for Zero Emission Vehicles and Innovate UK, and delivered by Oxfordshire County Council, Zeta Specialist Lighting, Urban Integrated UK, EZ charge, and the University of Oxford.
By installing EV charging hubs, we're making it easier and more accessible for people across Oxfordshire to make the transition to cleaner and greener transport. This is helping us to meet carbon-reduction goals we've made as part of our climate emergency pledge – we are targeted to be a zero-carbon county by 2050. The switch to electric vehicles is also realising other benefits, like reducing fuel costs and air pollution.
Don't delay! We have a climate emergency right now, and it's not something you can put off doing any longer. Don't wait for the next technology or the next big thing, just get started. We're proving with Park and Charge Oxfordshire that this model really works, so perhaps improving your electric vehicle charging infrastructure could be a great place to start.
Improvements in air quality.
Reduced carbon emissions.