Edinburgh to consider network of electric vehicle charging points

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Edinburgh City Council will consider initial plans to develop a citywide network of electric vehicle charging points at a meeting on Thursday 4 October. The Council and Transport Scotland commissioned the Energy Savings Trust (EST) to prepare the business case, which suggests that the city will need to spend around £3.4 million to install over 200 on-street rapid chargers by 2023, in order to meet future demand for charging facilities.

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