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Electric Vehicle Charging Points

Electric Vehicle Charging Points


Locations

Within Clackmannashire there are currently 26 Council owned publicly available electric vehicle charging points, with 6 due to be completed shortly.  These can be found at the following locations:

Location Town No. Units kW Additional Information
Kilncraigs Alloa 1 50

AC/DC - 3 outlets.  Does not support type 1 plugs.  Not Accessible. Advisory - parking limited to 1 hour.

Kilncraigs Alloa 3 7 Not Accessible
Greenside Street (east) Alloa 2 7 Not Accessible
Greenside Street (west) Alloa 3 7 Two spaces fully accessible
King Street Alloa 1 50 AC/DC - 3 outlets.  Does not support type 1 plugs. One space fully accessible.
Kelliebank Alloa 1 22 Not accessible
Victoria Street Alloa 1 7 On-street
Lower Cobden Street Alva 1 22 Fully Accessible
Norton Street Alva 1 22 One accessible space shared with blue badge holders.
Moubray Gardens Cambus 1 7 On-street
Garden Place Clackmannan 1 7 On-street
Main Street Coalsnaughton 1   Fully Accessible
The Hive Dollar 1 22 Fully Accessible
The Hive Dollar 1 50 AC/DC - 3 outlets.  Does not support type 1 plugs. Not accessible.
Station Road Dollar 1 7 On-street
Muirpark Gardens Glenochil 1 7 Accessible
Dumyat Centre Menstrie 1 22 One space fully accessible.
Mar Place Sauchie 1 50 Fully accessible
Tron Court Tullibody 1 7 Spaces are wider than normal, but not fully accessible.
Murray Square Tillicoultry 1 22 Fully Accessible
Ben Cleuch Centre Tillicoultry 1 22 Fully Accessible

The ChargePlace Scotland website enables all electric vehicle owners to see if a public charger is in use or not to allow for journey planning. 

The charging points are Council owned and available for public use. There is currently no cost for using these points.

All the charging posts can charge two vehicles at the same time, but require your vehicle to be registered with the ChargePlace Scotland network.

All the public charging points are on maintenance agreements with the supplier of the unit.

For information on future charging payment proposals, you can refer to the ChargePlace Scotland website.  The Council will install charging infrastructure as funding is made available from central Government, generally through Transport Scotland. 

Accessibility

Several of our electric charging post are compliant with the Equalities Act and have been designed to assist any drivers of electric vehicles with mobility impairments including wheelchair users. These charging posts are located at:

  • Our Dumyat Centre, Menstrie
    • One wheelchair accessible space reserved exclusively for electric vehicles, blue badge holders cannot use these spaces unless driving an electric vehicle.
  • Murray Square, Tillicoultry
    • Two wheelchair accessible spaces reserved exclusively for electric vehicles, blue badge holders cannot use these spaces unless driving an electric vehicle.
  • Dollar Hive
    • Two wheelchair accessible spaces reserved exclusively for electric vehicles on the fast charger, blue badge holders cannot use these spaces unless driving an electric vehicle.  The adjacent rapid charger is not suitable for wheelchair users.
  • Tron Court, Tullibody
    • Two spaces wider than normal parking spaces, but not fully wheelchair accessible.
  • Lower Cobden Street, Alva
    • Two wheelchair accessible spaces reserved exclusively for electric vehicles. Blue badge holders cannot use these spaces unless driving an electric vehicle. A blue badge space is available adjacent to these spaces for non-electric vehicles.
  • King Street, Alloa
    • One wheelchair accessible space reserved exclusively for electric vehicles, blue badge holders cannot use these spaces unless driving an electric vehicle.
  • Ben Cleuch Centre, Tillicoultry
    • Two wheelchair accessible spaces reserved exclusively for electric vehicles, blue badge holders cannot use these spaces unless driving an electric vehicle.
  • Main Street, Coalsnaughton
    • Two wheelchair accessible spaces reserved exclusively for electric vehicles, blue badge holders cannot use these spaces unless driving an electric vehicle.
  • Norton Street, Alva
    • One space fully accessible (centre space) and for use by both electric vehicles and Blue Badge holders.  Electric vehicles do not require a Blue Badge and Blue Badge holders do not require to be electric to access the centre space.  The adjacent space to the west (left) is for Blue Badge holders only and the adjacent space to the east (right) is for electric vehicles only/
  • Greenside Street (west), Alloa
    • Two wheelchair accessible spaces reserved exclusively for electric vehicles, blue badge holders cannot use these spaces unless driving an electric vehicle.
  • Mar Place, Sauchie
    • Two wheelchair accessible spaces reserved exclusively for electric vehicles, blue badge holders cannot use these spaces unless driving an electric vehicle.

More information

For more information on future infrastructure plans, etiquette, charging at home, EV grants, advantages of owning an EV and council owned EVs please follow the link given.

For Further Information Contact

Electric Vehicles
Kilncraigs, Greenside Street, Alloa, FK10 1EB
Tel: 01259 450000
Email: