Electric Vehicles – The Future
New charging points will be available in district council car parks later in the year, giving residents with no off-street parking the opportunity to charge their vehicles whilst parking for free overnight. It will also give residents considering a move to an electric vehicle the confidence that there is infrastructure in place should they go that route for their next vehicle purchase.
It is anticipated that there will be 25,000 battery electric vehicles (EV) on Oxfordshire’s roads by 2025. To help residents make the switch to an EV and answer all their questions, Park and Charge Oxfordshire is holding an online event later this week, hosted by Jack FMs Trevor Marshall. ‘Getting you EV Ready’ will be held on Thursday 18 March (4.00-6.30pm) and will include information from specialists – covering topics such as maintenance, associated costs and engine efficiency – and current users who will talk first-hand about their experiences of driving an EV.
You can register for free using this link: https://hopin.com/events/park-and-charge-oxfordshire-launch or find out more about what is happening across the county at: www.parkandchargeoxfordshire.co.uk