Leading the charge - getting you motoring with electricity

Edition: July 2023

As more people take the plunge and upgrade to electric vehicles, we are making sure that more charge points are available throughout Horsham District.

Electric vehicle charge points

A county-wide charge point network is being developed in an ongoing collaboration between Horsham District Council, West Sussex County Council, all of the councils in the County, and Connected Kerb (one of the country's leading providers of EV charging infrastructure solutions).

Charge points are being installed in Council-owned car parks and in streets where residents do not have access to off-street parking, which is currently a barrier to going electric as there is nowhere convenient to charge a vehicle.

There are already several Council-owned car parks with new charge points, and more are planned during this year. A map including latest charge point locations, and the next phase of installations can be found on the Connected Kerb website

If you live on or near a street where Connected Kerb are planning to install on-street charge points you will receive a leaflet to
let you know what is going on, and asking for your views. The leaflet will be from Connected Kerb and West Sussex County Council.

Connected Kerb welcome ideas about other possible locations. Although they can’t guarantee that a charge point will be installed, your suggestions will help them to map EV charge point demand for West Sussex.

Get involved

Simply go to the Connected Kerb West Sussex Residents page and click on the green ‘register your interest’ button to submit your suggested locations.

If you have any questions about the scheme, please email: EVChargepoints@westsussex.gov.uk .

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