First car charging point installed in Oakham

From left, Cenex technical specialist Myles Barker, Cenex renewals manager Peter McCormack, Larkfleet Renewals operations director Ian Greenfield, Rutland County Council leader Coun Terry King (Con) and Oakham town councillor Alf Dewis.
From left, Cenex technical specialist Myles Barker, Cenex renewals manager Peter McCormack, Larkfleet Renewals operations director Ian Greenfield, Rutland County Council leader Coun Terry King (Con) and Oakham town councillor Alf Dewis.
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Oakham Town Council has installed the first electric vehicle charging point in Church Street Car Park, Oakham.

The point can charge two cars at the same time providing a 75 per cent charge over a period of three hours and can be used day and night.

It has been funded thanks to two grants from Plugged-In Midlands and the local strategic partnership.

Owners of electric vehicles can apply for an access card from Plugged-In Midlands before they can start using the charging socket.

Visit www.pluggedinmidlands.co.uk