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Durham County Council

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… will be heated by heat pumps, have a small roof mounted solar PV installation and provision for electric vehicle charge points. Building homes in this way will ensure they are best practice at construction and will have a path to net zero before 2050. Back to contents Actions & Partnerships Government have indicated in the forthcoming Future…

… traffic and trains on the East Coast Mainline).  Where we are now in 2022 EV charging points are being installed in many areas to help facilitate access for all and all new dwellings must have an EV charging point installed. Superfast broadband services are available to the vast majority of households. There has been investment in public transport but encouraging people to go back on buses…

… to consider active travel options for school journeys remains a particular challenge. Key Highlights • The SOSCI project has installed 153 EV charge points sockets, 10 of those sockets are rapid charge, the other 143 7-22 kWh fast charging, in towns, libraries, leisure centres and community centres. • Bus Service Improvement Plans (BSIPs) have been submitted to the Department for Transport on behalf…

…, alongside the network of refilling stations has been developed over decades, we need to rethink this, but the challenge is significant. With 40% terraced housing in County Durham, it will be difficult to allow EV charging cabling on street or to decide which house to put it outside without causing neighbour parking issues. The grid needs to develop to allow the connections for charge points


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