Park and Charge Oxfordshire is an innovation project, grant funded by Innovate UK, which will create up to 24 Electric Vehicle (EV) charging hubs across Oxfordshire towns and villages in 2021.
The Park and Charge scheme is designed specifically to provide a convenient, affordable and user-friendly EV charging solution for local residents who cannot install home charging. In Oxfordshire, that's estimated to be around 30-40% of people, and so Park and Charge means unlocking the possibility of EV ownership for tens of thousands of residents.
Whilst work has already begun in Bicester Cattle Market car park, there are plans to install 24 new EV charging hubs in car parks throughout Oxfordshire in 2021. These will be located primarily in car parks near to residential areas and are funded by local authorities, meaning all residents have to do is own an electric vehicle! To help promote this plan, parking in EV bays will be free of charge overnight, so anyone can charge their car at these locations with no hidden costs!
All confirmed locations coming in 2021!
The University of Oxford wants to understand your expectations, perceptions, and, in due course, your experience of Park and Charge in Oxfordshire. If you are willing to participate in our research and agree to your contact details being shared with us for the purposes of this research, please fill in the following form. There is no obligation to take part and you may withdraw at any time.Click here for an interview form