Electric vehicles (EV)
Zap Map displays a map with locations and providers of EV charge points, the type of charge, its availability and utilisation fee. Zap Map is widely used and regularly updated. Registering with Zap Map enables you to report any unmapped charge points for inclusion.
North East Lincolnshire has welcomed EV technology and been developing EV infrastructure since 2013, when charge points were first introduced to council-owned car parks. As ownership of EV has started to increase in the area, there are several key drivers for further developing the EV agenda including:
- The Government announcement to ban new petrol and diesel cars from 2035.
- Decarbonising Transport – A Better, Greener Britain – The governments plan to decarbonise the entire transport system.
- Net Zero Strategy: Build Back Greener – The national strategy for decarbonising all sectors of the UK economy to meet our net zero target by 2050.
We are committed to the EV agenda and recognise the key role locally in supporting the change to EV and ultra-low emission vehicles and are actively liaising with residents, businesses, and neighbouring local authorities in the continued development of EV infrastructure in North East Lincolnshire.
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