In Scotland it is estimated that there will be 1 million EVs by 2030
This survey is being carried out by Energy Saving Trust to gather information on people’s knowledge and experience of electric vehicles and associated charging technology
The survey is open to January 10th 2020.
” the railway accesses parts of Sutherland and Caithness that are beyond the reach of the North Coast 500.”
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.
“The concept behind MaaS is to join up multiple different modes of transport and allow users to create their own unique journey from A to B and pay for it with a simple tap on their smart device. “
“The Road Safety Framework Fund for 2019 supports potentially high impact and novel ideas which can help improve road safety”
“We need to change behaviours and challenge beliefs that car ownership remains a necessity.”
Grants available are between £5000 and £50,000 and need to be match funded by public, community and third sector organisations
The 8 year contract is estimated to be worth around £370m.