D2N2 Charging Network
Go Ultra Low Nottingham has invested £2m of funding from the Office for Low Emission Vehicles Go Ultra Low City Fund to provide a public network of 230 EV charge points in the local authority areas of Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, Derby and Derbyshire (D2N2).
People living in those areas will be able to take advantage of a discount tariff to use the new infrastructure, which is being installed and operated by bp Chargemaster.
Charge points are being installed at key locations near major roads, park and ride sites, council-owned car parks and retail outlets.
A 24/4 support service is available to members of the network.
Want to find out more about Go Ultra Low Nottingham?
Nottingham has been named one of the UK’s first Go Ultra Low Cities. £6.1m funding awarded by the Office for Low Emission Vehicles will introduce a range of innovative projects to support the uptake in Ultra Low Emission Vehicles (ULEVs).
As well as the public charging network, there are other initiatives that are taking place in Nottingham, including:
- Business support packages
- ULEV training and networking
- Car club expansion with ULEVs
- Supporting the community
- Public sector fleet support