Dear Cambridgeshire County Council,
I am undertaking a small project to the use of the government funded (via OLEV) rapid charge points for the new eclectic vehicles coming onto our roads.
If your authority did not take advantage of any of any of these schemes? I thank you for your time and would just ask you to confirm so I can close your record.
If you authority did take advantage, I would like to ask you for the following.
In total how many rapid charge points did you succeed in being awarded?
Who were the manufacturers and the number supplied by each?
b) Cir Control as supplied by APT-E Volt and British Gas
c) DBT as supplied by Charge Master, Elektromotive and others
d) Efacec as supplied by Siemens
…e) any other (please specify)
We understand an option of the funding authorities were able to “gift” or assign these charge points to 3rd parties.
…Did your authority take advantage of this feature? If yes please advise to whom, the location, number of units and the manufacture of the rapid charge points.
Re: Freedom of Information Request ref 8238
Your request will be dealt with in line with the Freedom of Information Act and its regulations. In accordance with the Act, the Council aims to respond to all requests within 20 working days, in this instance by 17th October.
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David Price - Information Management Analyst
Business Intelligence Team – Information and Records
Tel. 01223 743881, Email: [Cambridgeshire County Council request email]
Box No. OCT1224, Cambridgeshire County Council, Shire Hall, Cambridge, CB3 0AP
Dear John West,
I write with reference to your request received on 19 September regarding:
OLEV Funding EV Charge Points
Please find attached the response.
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