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Electric vehicles

Electric vehicles and charging points

The council is taking action to achieve net zero through the adoption of renewable and clean sources of energy. The rollout of charging points across the county supports the A Green Future: Our Plan for Positive Change.

Further charging points for electric vehicles are now being installed across North Lincolnshire with more points being planned over the next few years. Many new developments will now include electric vehicle charging points.

Zap Map – displays a map with all the locations and providers of electric vehicle charge points, the type of charge, its availability and utilisation fee.

Why are we rolling out charging points?

  • The Government has committed the UK to achieving carbon neutrality by 2050. This includes energy, industry, and transport.
  • The Government has announced a commitment that no new petrol or diesel cars or vans will be sold from 2030 onwards.
  • To help us to meet the vision and objectives of A Green Future: Our Plan for Positive Change.

Benefits of electric vehicles

  • Reduced pollution mile for mile, with the ability to have a true zero emission vehicle.
  • Reduced cost of refuelling: costing only around £8.40 to fully charge an electric vehicle with a 200-mile range at home. Find out information on the cost of charging an electric vehicle.
  • Reduction in noise pollution, as the vehicles are almost silent, enhancing the tranquillity of the environment.
  • The vehicles are exempt from road tax and congestion charges.

Current projects

1. On Street Residential Charge points – Phase 1

  • To help residents who do not have access to off-street parking to own and charge their vehicle. The council is installing 22 fast charging bays in nine council owned car parks.

2. On Street Residential Charge points – Phase 2

  • To continue helping residents who do not have access to off-street parking to own and charge their vehicle. The council is identifying more suitable locations for further charging points to meet this need.
  • The council continues to ensure it delivers a charging network that meets the needs of residents and local businesses.

Funding and finance

Do I need to get planning permission to install an electric vehicle charge point at my home?

Results of electric vehicle survey

In March and April 2021 North Lincolnshire Council undertook a survey seeking residents views on Electric Vehicles (EVs). The survey received a total of 269 responses.

Read the Electric Vehicle (EV) Survey – Summary Paper. [PDF, 190Kb]

Related information

Contact

If you have any questions or feedback about electric vehicle charging in North Lincolnshire, please contact our customer contact centre via email customerservice@northlincs.gov.uk or telephone 01724 297000.