Here's information on the things we're doing relating to electric vehicles in Redditch Borough - and some government and industry advice too.
- Charging points
- Replacement due for Worcestershire's first rapid chargers
- Talk to us about your local electric car needs
- Do councils dream of electric fleets?
- Our Ultra Low Emissions Vehicles Strategy
- Electric Vehicles For Business
- Contact us
We will look to work with partners to incorporate electric vehicle chargers and taxi chargers as part of the upcoming Town Centre regeneration works.
We're investigating options for the rapid chargers at Abbey Stadium and Greenlands Business Centre.
You might recall that these were the county council's first ever rapid chargers in Worcestershire! Now the original contract, between Worcestershire County Council and BP Chargemaster, is coming to an end.
The EV charging points in 2016, before the Abbey Stadium was painted green & run by Rubicon Leisure!
No driveway to charge on?
We are planning for charging provision in our car parks that can assist people that don't have their own drives to charge electric cars overnight.
There is an electric vehicle users WhatsApp group for North Worcestershire, administered by Midlands Net Zero Hub who are working with Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership.
If you want to take part in the group contact Alex.Pearson@nottinghamcity.gov.uk.
Thanks for your feedback
Thanks to the 1,000 people across Redditch Borough and Bromsgrove District who filled in our ‘Future of Motoring Survey’. The results are helping us to plan for the future.
A review has been undertaken by the Energy Saving Trust to assist us transitioning to a low carbon fleet.
If you manage a fleet and want to know more about this, visit the Energy Saving Trust here.
Here is the strategy that underpins our local work on electric vehicles: the Redditch Borough Council Ultra Low Emissions Vehicles Strategy.
As a business you will need to plan for the future to adapt to electric vehicles for your business and for your staff or visitors.
Here are contact details for our Climate Change and Energy Support team.