Guidance

Grant fund for the installation of plug-in vehicle charging infrastructure at train stations

How train operators can access funding to install chargepoints in station car parks.

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Grant fund for the installation of plug-in vehicle charging infrastructure at train stations

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Annex C initial bid outline

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Match funding summary template

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A key barrier to uptake of plug-in vehicles is a lack of suitably sited charging infrastructure. Train station car parks are ideal locations for such infrastructure because vehicles are often parked there for several hours a day, giving an ideal opportunity for plug-in vehicle drivers to top up their charge. The government has made funding available to train operators in England to pay 75% of the costs of installing chargepoints in station car parks.

Published 19 February 2013