Redbridge plugs into the future with new charging points

Redbridge council will add 310 new on-street EV charging points

Big Zero Report 2023

Redbridge Council has partnered with Siemens and charging provider, ubitricity, to boost the borough’s electric vehicle (EV) network with more than 300 new on-street charge points.

Funded through the Office for Zero Emissions Vehicles (OZEV) and ubitricity, the project will give local people without the ability to charge on a driveway the push to switch to EVs.

The council will decide on the locations of charging points based on feedback from residents.

Councillor Jas Athwal, Leader of Redbridge Council, said: “We want to make sure our borough is clean and green now and for future generations.

“By making it as easy as possible for our neighbours to make the switch to electric vehicles, with 310 new on-street charge points coming to Redbridge, together we can improve local air quality and reduce the impact of climate change.”

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