Electric Vehicles

Nottingham is now on its way to become carbon neutral by 2028. We have been working to make our city greener through different transport projects such as wireless charging electric taxis, e-scooters and creating a new electric vehicle charging network.

Electric projects at a glance

To support an environment that will help to reduce carbon and nitrogen dioxide impacts of transport and support economic growth. These measures will help to provide cleaner air, improving the quality of residents’ lives and delivering the council’s ambition to become a self-sufficient energy city.

Man using an electric charge point

Related Projects


Electric vehicle charge points installed at Toton Park and Ride

People parking at Toton Park and Ride will now have access to eight new electric vehicle charging points.

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Construction underway for Wireless Charging of Electric Taxis (WiCET) trial

The project will be a UK first to trial wireless technology with electric taxis!

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Last Chance – Go Greener with a Workplace Travel Grant

Nottingham businesses and voluntary organisations are being urged to consider cash grants of up to £25,000 for green transport schemes before a deadline at the end of the year.

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Electric cage tipper

Turning the Council’s Fleet Green

We don’t just talk the talk when it comes to green vehicles – we’re well on our way to converting our own fleet too – and investing in maintenance and charging infrastructure that will support more people in the city to make the switch.

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