Network Performance

The ChargePlace Scotland network saw over 4 million kWh drawn from the public chargers on the network in the month of March.

During the month of March, the ChargePlace Scotland network provided more than 4 million kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity to electric vehicle drivers who used the public chargers on the network to charge their vehicles. This is a significant amount of energy and indicates a high level of usage of the ChargePlace Scotland network during that month

As a network, we are seeing continued growth through increased usage of the ChargePlace Network. This could be due to the growing popularity of electric vehicles in Scotland, as well as the increasing availability and accessibility of public charging infrastructure. The continued growth of the ChargePlace Scotland network is a positive sign for the adoption of electric vehicles and the transition to a more sustainable and environmentally friendly transportation system in Scotland.

Thank you to all the Charge point hosts, Owners and Maintenance providers for their continued support and growth in helping Scotland become more accessible for Electric Vehicles.

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