Pembrokeshire County Council has announced plans to install electric vehicle charging points in local car parking. Street Care Manager, Marc Owen informed Tenby Town Council of the planned EV charge point installations:
“We will be installing 4 EV charge points in car parks across Pembrokeshire, with the 4 bays dedicated to EV charging vehicles and will be time limited. Whilst parking in the charge bay to charge there will still be a requirement to ‘Pay and Display’ whilst charges are in place in the car park. As you are aware there is a national push towards EV charging and as an authority we are rolling these out over the next few months, with the aim of going live by the end of March. There is an increasing number of EV charge vehicles being purchased and having charge facilities in our car parks will support the current push away from diesel and petrol vehicles. The EV points will be advertised through the web site and associated mobile apps and we envisage anyone in the area will then utilise the charge facilities, it could actually bring more people into the area if they know they can charge up.”
The installation plans outline 32 EV charging sockets to be installed across 8 car parking facilities, 16 of these being fast charge points. The new EV charge points will be installed across the county, with an EV charging point planned for the top floor of a multi-storey car parking facility in Tenby. Other outlined car parks include Narberth Town Moor and Pembroke Dock’s Gordon Street.
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