The Council will introduce a tariff for the use of the electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
A tariff stucture was approved by Council on Thursday 18th May 2023, which we anticipate will be introduced in early July 2023. Once this date is confirmed it posted on this page and on our social media channels.
|Charger Type||Cost per kWh||Minimum Charge||Overstay Fee||Overstay fee chargeable after every|
|Standard Charger (7kW)||£0.48||£5.00||£0.00||not applicable|
|Fast Charger (22kW)||£0.48||£5.00||£12.00||4 hours|
|Rapid Charger (43-50kW)||£0.69||£5.00||£20.00||60 minutes|
The tariff introduced will allow us to cover the operating costs of the EV chargepoint network.
These costs include
An overstay fee will be applied to both fast and rapid charger to ensure that there is a turnover of users created and all users can get access to the chargers. A 10 minute grace period will be provided. No refunds will be given for any overstay fees incurred.
No overstay fee is proposed on destination chargers (7kW) however, as a matter of courtesy, we would encourage users to vacate the charging bay as soon as possible after charging is complete to allow other users to access the charger. This will be kept under review and if bay 'hogging' is observed an overstay for destination chargers may be considered in the future.
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