Over 1000 electric vehicle charge points in Scotland

ChargePlace Scotland continues to grow with over 1000 charge points now available across Scotland.   The announcement is a great milestone in the continued development of one of the most comprehensive electric vehicle charging networks in Europe. New charge points are installed every week on the public network, and continues to be supported by Transport… Read more »

Over £20 million to support electric vehicles across Scotland

Charging ahead with infrastructure in urban and rural locations The Scottish Government has confirmed funding of £20.6 million to support the uptake of electric vehicles through the Switched on Towns and Cities Challenge Fund and the Local Authority Installation Programme. Supporting intensive, high impact activity that incentivises, encourages and promotes the use of ultra-low emission… Read more »

ScotRail Charge Points Offline for Planned Maintenance

We are sorry to announce that charge points at the majority of ScotRail stations will be out of commission for a planned programme of maintenance for approximately 4-6 weeks. During this scheduled maintenance period the charge points will be unavailable for use.   The charge points affected are: Aberdeen Railway Station, Aberdeen (52500) Airdrie Railway Station, Airdrie (52503)… Read more »

6 Good Reasons to Make 2018 the Year You Switch to EV

2017 has been a great year for Electric Vehicles in the UK with sales of electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles hitting record levels. Meanwhile in Scotland, the uptake of pure electric vehicles is growing twice as fast as anywhere else in the UK. There are so many good reasons to switch to EV in Scotland. Here… Read more »

5 Reasons why it’s great to drive EV in Scotland

There has never been a better time to drive EV in Scotland. From free charging to help and support, here are just five of many reasons you should make the switch to EV. Charge Your EV for Free The majority of the ChargePlace Scotland network is currently free to use with only a few exceptions… Read more »