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It’s time to switch to an Electric Vehicle

Electric vehicles are cleaner, quieter and cheaper to run than equivalent petrol or diesel cars. With many cities looking into the implementation of Clean Air Zones, and a government plan to end the sale of all new petrol/diesel cars and vans by 2035, should your next vehicle be electric?

Almost all major car manufacturers now make at least one electric car, and the latest technology can now offer a vehicle range of over 200 miles. The West of England contains approximately 150 public use charge points – so you’re never far from a charge. The public charging network is constantly expanding with over 120 new charge points being installed in Bristol, South Gloucestershire, North Somerset and Bath & North East Somerset through the Go Ultra Low West project.

Why you should switch

Find your nearest charge point

Suggest a new public charge point

Find out more about Go Ultra Low West and what we do

Government grants and tax breaks are on offer for drivers switching to electric, reducing the cost of vehicles and charging facilities for both companies and individuals.

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