1. How many Electric Vehicle (EV) charging points have you installed in your authority area since 2017? (Please give data broken down by calendar year)
Devon County Council (DCC) has installed electric vehicle charge points at County Hall, Topsham Road, Exeter; Ryefields Depot in Kingsteignton and St David’s Hill, Exeter.
These electric vehicle charge points are not for use by the general public; they are for the Council’s fleet vehicles and were installed in in February 2016.
2. How many EV charging points that are currently installed in your authority area are either a) rapid 43kW+, b) fast 7kW – 42kW or c) slow 3-6kW? (Please give data separately, as of today’s date)?
All are c) slow – 3-6kW.
3. How many EV charging points do you plan to install in your authority area between today’s date and 31st December 2025 that are either a) rapid 43kW+, b) fast 7kW – 42kW or c) slow 3-6kW? (Please give data separately broken down by calendar year – if 2025 is too far away, please give details on as much forecast as you have)
DCC is the lead authority in a European Regional Development Fund supported programme which will see the installation of fast charge points in at least 25 local authority owned car parks across Devon during 2021.
4. How many requests lobbying for on-street EV charging points have you received since 2017? (Please give data broken down by calendar year)