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MSPs Visit Orkney To Learn About The Islands’ EV Experience
Orkney has one of the highest uptakes of EV’s in the country with some 250 and about 10,000 fossil fuelled vehicles.
Meeting the Demands of Green Energy in the Future: EVs
The Economy and Energy Committee of the Scottish Parliament will be visiting Orkney on Monday 17th of February, as part of their inquiry into EVs and local energy production.
EV Car Clubs Transforming Personal Transport
Orkney Housing Association Ltd and the community EV car club
Over 1000 Public Charging Points in Scotland For EVs and Rising
“World-class charging infrastructure is critical in developing range confidence and encouraging people to make the switch to electric vehicles.”
Supporting Electric Vehicle Ownership
Orkney Islands Council has received £180,000 from the Scottish Government as part of an annual funding programme which further develops the ChargePlace Scotland network.
Plugged-In Households Round 2 Funding Open
“We need to change behaviours and challenge beliefs that car ownership remains a necessity.”
EV OIC Free Charging Points to End
The new fees start on Monday 6th of May
Orkney Benefits from EV Car Sharing Scheme
Orkney’s OHAL is one of 8 Housing Associations in Scotland which will benefit from £510,000 investment from the Scottish Government.
Maree Todd ““I welcome the news that the number of ultra-low emission and electric vehicles in Orkney is continuing to rise.”
The number of ultra-low emission and electric vehicles in Orkney has increased by 135% since last year, up from 161 in the third quarter of 2017 to 217 in the same period in 2018.