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Electric Chargepoint Analysis 2017: Local Authority Rapids (revised)

Experimental statistics on observed charging patterns for local authority rapid chargepoints in England in 2017.

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Electric Chargepoint Analysis 2017: Local Authority Rapids data tables (revised)

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Electric Chargepoint Analysis 2017: Local Authority Rapids raw data (revised)

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Electric Chargepoint Analysis 2017: Local Authority Rapids - incomplete or anomalous raw data (revised)

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This publication has been revised for the following reasons.

The original release omitted data from Cornwall Council, approximately 2,500 charging events. This has now been added to the underlying data and analysis presented in this release

Some of the chargepoints reported to DfT as rapids were actually fast chargers. Charging events from fast chargers have been removed and added to our separate publication on Public Sector Fasts. This removed approximately 25,000 events from the dataset and resulted in slightly higher average energy supplied per event and shorter average durations. Most of the figures in the release have been revised.

Further analysis has revealed that several local authorities received funding for chargepoints outside their geographical boundaries, for example via joint bids. Therefore the local authority name does not indicate where the chargepoint is located. Less than half of the chargepoints had an identifiable location, so geographical analysis is not possible and the local authority map has been removed.

Experimental statistics on the usage of local authority rapid chargepoints from data from 27 local authorities in England in 2017. This included the typical amount of energy supplied, and typical plug-in duration per charging event.

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Published 21 June 2018
Last updated 13 December 2018 + show all updates
  1. Revised data has been now added to the publication.
  2. First published.