Wiltshire Council’s Cabinet is considering the approval of a new electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure plan to boost the number of chargers across the county and within its own network.
The council currently has 76 EV charging points that were installed several years ago and is therefore looking to replace them with modern, faster units.
The plan seeks to replace non-working chargers across the county and install more in high-use areas.
It also looks to offer grants to support parish, town and city councils to provide more charging points in council-operated car parks.
The Cabinet will decide on passing the plan on Tuesday 12th October.