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Article by Editorial | 5th February 2019

Electric Car Charging Points Set to Increase in Canterbury

A firm generating electricity from wind farms off the Whitstable and Herne Bay coast will install 12 electric vehicle (EV) charging points across the district after winning a contract from Canterbury City Council.

Swedish company Vattenfall, which operates the Kentish Flats and Kentish Flats Extension wind farms, agreed a deal with the council in December and, working with leading experts BMM Energy Solutions, will start installation of their InCharge technology in a number of city centre car parks this month.
One electric vehicle charging point capable of charging two cars each will be installed in Pound Lane, St Radigunds and Watling Street car parks in Canterbury and have been paid for by a £19,000 grant from the government’s Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV).

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