The purpose of this webpage is to display the network development figures reported for ChargePlace Scotland for January 2021.
All figures published are applicable to publicly accessible units on the ChargePlace Scotland network only, while the network availability figure given is the monthly average and the figures reported for new charging units are for the reporting month only (i.e., this figure is not a rolling total).
|Monthly availability||New charging units||Total charging units|
|Total kWh charged||Total charging sites||Total charging connectors|
New charge points
In January 2021, 18 charge points were added to the ChargePlace Scotland network:
- 2x 50kW units, 2x 22kW units and 2x 7kW units at Ardgoil Drive, Cumbernauld, G68 9NE (currently inaccessible due to the site being used by the charge point host as a COVID-19 testing site)
- 1x 7kW unit at High Street, Paisley, PA1 2BE
- 1x 7kW unit at University Avenue, Ayr, KA8 0SX
- 3x 22kW units and 1x 7kW unit at The University of Edinburgh – Easter Bush Campus, EH25 9RG
- 1x 50kW unit and 1x 22kW unit at Dumbarton Road, Glasgow, G11 6NA
- 1x 50kW unit, 1x 22kW unit and 1x 7kW unit at Buchanan Street, Coatbridge, ML5 1DL
- 1x 50kW unit and 1x 22kW unit at Queen Street, Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire, KA1 3DB
- 1x 50kW unit at Fountain Road, Golspie, KW10 6TH
- 1x 50kW unit at Montrose Crescent, Hamilton, ML3 6LB
- 1x 50kW unit at Hole Road, Coylton, Ayr, KA6 6JL
- 1x 22kW unit at The Torridon, Wester Ross, Highland, IV22 2EY
- 2x new 50kW units at Danderhill, Dalkeith, EH22 1FD
- 2x 22kW units and 1x 7kW unit at Westburn Avenue, Falkirk, FK1 5SU
- 5x 22kW units at Old Station Road, St Andrews, KY16 9SP
- 2x 50kW units and 1x 7kW unit at The Braes, Saltcoats, KA21 5EP
- 1x 7kW unit at Union Street Car Park, Saltcoats, KA21 5LL
- 1x 50kW unit and 1x 22kW unit at Nathalan Court, Oldmeldrum, AB51 0GB
- 1x 7kW unit at Dean Street, Stewarton, Kilmarnock, KA3 5EQ
About ChargePlace Scotland
ChargePlace Scotland is Scotland’s national Electric Vehicle (EV) charging network. Owned and developed by the Scottish Government, and funded in partnership through a public grant from Local Authorities and other organisations. Aiming to install charge points across Scotland from Shetland to the Scottish borders, making owning an Electric Vehicle accessible for all Scottish drivers.
The ChargePlace Scotland network has grown from 55 public charge points in 2013 to over 1,500 in 2021. All publicly available charge points are displayed on our live map, which provides details about the location, type, status and availability of each unit.
New charge points are installed regularly on the network, with the ongoing support of Transport Scotland.