South Norfolk is to be the recipient of 20 new electric vehicle (EV) charging stations, set to be installed before the end of December this year.
Vattenfall announced a partnership with EV charging bay installers BMM Energy Solutions and South Norfolk Council last December that will help to facilitate the installations.
The charge points will be installed and operated by BMM Energy Solutions but owned by South Norfolk Council. The chargers will be distributed across five public car parks in the South Norfolk Council area. The sites are at Harleston, Loddon, Diss, Long Stratton and Wymondham.
Additionally, all of the electricity to charge EVs connected to the points will be produced by 100% renewable energy from Vattenfall’s wind farms.