Nottingham City Council is committed to developing and growing an electric vehicle charging network across the region for local citizens and visitors to the city.
Working in partnership with Nottinghamshire County Council, Derbyshire County Council and Derby City Council over 700 charging points sockets have been installed across the region. These are a mix of fast and rapid charge points at strategic locations on the major road network, and at council owned car parks, public transport interchanges such as park and rides, retail outlets, as well as residential areas.
BP Pulse are the company contracted to install and maintain the charge point infrastructure on behalf of the four councils. These charging points are part of the D2N2 network, which offers reduced tariffs for full bp pulse subscription members. If you experience problems with using the chargers or accessing the reduced tariff on offer then please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0330 016 5126.
To register, visit BP Pulse
To view chargers on our network and others visit Zap Map
To know more about the latest news regarding charge point installations, please click here.
We are continually looking to expand the network and frequently visit potential charge point locations to check their viability. Wherever possible, these are added to the installation list. However, sometimes this is not possible – due to issues such as the lack of power or landowner agreements. For more information, please visit: Our choosing charge points page
You can view the latest news on our charge point project, and all things electric here.
For an alternative to Zap Map, see below for all D2N2 chargers.