FOI Request - Vehicular Transport and Electric Charging Points
Q1 What is the total number of all forms of vehicular transport operated by the council?
a Total number of vehicles
b Of these how many are currently pure electric?
Q2 Can you advise of the number of Workplace Electric Vehicle (EV) chargepoints?
a Already installed
b Planned to be installed
Q3 Can you advise how many workplace EV chargepoints are available?
a for council fleet only
b for council owned fleet and employee-owned or leased vehicles
c for council owned fleet, employees and suppliers
d for visitors to council premises
Q4 How was the EV chargepoint installation funded (please tick all that apply)?
a Grants (eg OZEV, Central Government, other)
b Own reserves/resources
c Partnership with private sector
d Partnership with other public sector organisation (for shared use)
e Other, please specify:
Q5 Have you applied for any government grants? Please advise of the number of applications and their outcome : Total Applications Successful Awaiting outcome
a Workplace Charging Scheme (WCS)
b Plug-in Grant
c Other fleet related grants/pilot schemes (please specify):
d N/A (no grant applications made)
Q6 Were these grant applications completed by: Total Applications Successful Awaiting outcome
a In house/council employee
b In house specifically recruited SME (subject matter expert)
c A partnership with another public body
d Outsourcing to specialist grant sourcing organisation
e N/A (no grant applications made)
Q7 What would you say are the barriers to utilising grant funding (please tick all that apply):
a Too difficult to access
b Not known about in time
c No specific business need
d No capacity or expertise in house to apply
e Other - please specify:
1a. 438 (excluding plant)
5. Total Applications 3 Successful 3 Awaiting outcome nil
5a.Total Applications 22 Successful 22 Awaiting outcome nil
5b. Total Applications 0 Successful N/A Awaiting outcome N/A
5c. Total Applications 0 Successful N/A Awaiting outcome N/A
7e. Organisational strategy under development