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Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council

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… increase and that this growth will lead to a surge in demand for publicly accessible charge points. Local Authorities have a crucial role to play in helping to deliver these charge points, both in locations that already have an electricity supply as well as in strategic sites that require a new electricity connection. The Council is therefore in the process of seeking external funding…

… to work with a specialist partner to provide charging facilities at strategic locations across Neath Port Talbot. Initially, the Council will look to provide charging points in the key centres and buildings before considering further installations across the wider County Borough. Any scheme adopted however would need to be at no ongoing cost to the Authority. In addition, the Council…

… in electric vehicle charging infrastructure and coverage compared to the rest of the UK. Predicted outputs include: An evidence based electric vehicle charging strategy; An Increase in the number of charging points in the region; and Monitoring of behaviour and data analytics to inform future EV charging infrastructure developments. Integrated Transport Hub A new Integrated Transport Hub has…

… at the moment however, is the lack of charging infrastructure. It is therefore acknowledged that on-street charging points particularly at taxi ranks or taxi holding areas would have to be installed before electric taxis could realistically be considered by the Council. A dedicated officer has now been appointed by the WLGA to work directly with Welsh Government to drive forward improvements…


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