Transport Scotland and the Scottish Futures Trust have published a new report on public electric vehicle charging infrastructure in Scotland setting out how Scotland can grow and expand provision to enable households and business to confidently switch to electric vehicles and help tackle climate change.
Kerry Alexander, Director, Infrastructure Finance and Programmes at infrastructure body, the Scottish Futures Trust, said: “We are working closely with Transport Scotland, pooling our collective infrastructure expertise to scope out the requirements to accelerate the delivery of public electric vehicle charging facilities.
“To deliver at scale and pace, we need to adopt innovative and commercially viable funding models to supplement Scottish Government funding. We will be looking to develop models in the coming months, working with Transport Scotland, local authorities and private sector operators, to support future delivery.”
To read the report, click here.