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Oxford’s EV revolution will be kick-started by Energy Supherhub

Energy Superhub Oxford (ESO) is a project that demonstrates an integrated approach to decarbonising power, transport and heat throughout the city.

As part of this project, Oxford City Council have received their first delivery of Electric Vehicles (EVs).

ODS, an Oxford City Council company, aims to electrify 25% of its 330 car fleet by 2023. They have begun this journey with 6 vehicles already delivered and 27 more coming over the next 3-4 months. Within these deliveries, there is a selection of EVs, such as cars, vans, an excavator and a street sweeper.

In addition to this, Pivot Power is installing a powerful charging network of up to 25MW of power. This network will connect public charging facilities to the National Grid’s high voltage transmission network. This network has the ability to expand further to include local businesses wanting to electrify their fleets.

For more information on this development, head to Smart Energy here. 

Categories: Sustainability, Electricity
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