Plugged in Places Yorkshire & Humber. 7 October, 2010 Matthew Lumsden, Managing Director Future Transport Systems Ltd [email protected] 0191 2431621, 07909 681334. Problems. Increasing greenhouse gas emissions Declining air quality Increasing congestion
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Plugged in Places successful Phase 1 infrastructure projects
Plugged in Places expected Phase 2 Infrastructure projects
Major electric car trialsWhat’s happening in the UK?
Over the last 24 months several major initiatives have been launched in the UK. These are primarily intended to trial and demonstrate new technologies and de-risk integration and compatibility issues
A sustainable electric vehicle charging infrastructure for Yorkshire and Humber.Improve transport connectivity, emission levelsand quality of life.
Charge points to meet specific regular travel needs
Charge points to support variable travel requirements
Home charge points
Based on demographics and travel mapping
Links with other transport infratructure
Aligns with policyRegional Infrastructure