- Charging points
- Talk to us about your local electric car needs
- Do councils dream of electric fleets?
- Our Ultra Low Emissions Vehicles Strategy
- Contact us
In the district
Here's how to find an online map of the charging points in the district and beyond .
GeniePoint Rapid Charging Network
The Council successfully won funding for electric vehicle chargers from the Governments' Ultra Low Emission Taxi Infrastructure Scheme. We are working with the nationwide network providers GeniePoint Network to deliver a robust and reliable network of rapid chargers for drivers in our District. Thirteen 50kW rapid chargers in total are being funded through this scheme across the district.
We currently have 8 chargers live and we are working hard on delivering an additional 5 across the district.
- 100% renewable energy from UK supplies
- Contactless payment via debit or credit card
- No connection fee
- No membership needed
- Discounts for Bromsgrove District registered taxi drivers
No driveway to charge on?
We are planning to bid for funding to be able to provide chargers in our car parks in areas where people may not have their own drives to charge electric cars overnight.
If this applies to you and you let us know, we can include your potential needs in this work. Here’s how to get in touch.
Join the WhatsApp group
There is a WhatsApp group for North Worcestershire, administered by Midlands Energy Hub who are working with Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership. If you want to take part in the group contact Alex.Pearson@nottinghamcity.gov.uk.
We are in the process of commissioning a study by the Energy Saving Trust that could advise on a plan for going electric with our future council fleet.
If you manage a fleet and want to know more about this, visit the Energy Saving Trust here.
Here is the strategy that underpins our local work on electric vehicles: the Bromsgrove District Council Ultra Low Emissions Vehicles Strategy.