Electric Vehicles: Charging Points

Department for Transport written question – answered on 15th July 2019.

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Photo of Stephanie Peacock Stephanie Peacock Labour, Barnsley East

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what the cost to the public purse is for electric vehicle charging infrastructure through grants from the Office of Low Emissions Vehicles' in, (a) Barnsley, (b) South Yorkshire, (c) Yorkshire and the Humber and (d) the UK in each year since 2010.

Photo of Michael Ellis Michael Ellis Minister of State (Department for Transport)

Information on the distribution of total costs to the public purse of all current charging infrastructure grants and competitions from the Office of Low Emissions Vehicles for the requested areas is set out below:

Workplace Charging Scheme

a) Barnsley

b) South Yorkshire

c) Yorkshire and the Humber

d) UK

2017

£1,200

£1,200

£9,900

£101,400

2018

£12,000

£23,700

£79,100

£742,400

2019*

£0

£15,500

£55,000

£449,000

*figure for 2019 up to the start of April.

Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme.

a) Barnsley

b) South Yorkshire

c) Yorkshire and the Humber

d) UK

September 2014

£3,498

£9,738

£89,409

£1,407,563

2015

£12,600

£95,900

£262,982

£3,924,383

2016

£24,887

£122,887

£582,937

£7,458,224

2017

£22,500

£136,900

£678,732

£8,943,624

2018

£31,000

£167,500

£758,799

£10,423,724

2019*

£6,500

£28,000

£168,500

£2,360,240

*figure for 2019 up to the start of April.

Competitions:

  1. Barnsley: Total: £0

    1. ULEV Taxi Infrastructure Scheme: Nil

    2. Low Emission Bus Scheme: Nil

    3. Ultra-Low Emission Bus Scheme: Nil

    4. Go Ultra Low City Scheme: Nil

  2. South Yorkshire: Total: £1.808m

    1. ULEV Taxi Infrastructure Scheme:

    1. Low Emission Bus Scheme:

    1. Ultra-Low Emission Bus Scheme: Nil

    2. Go Ultra Low City Scheme: Nil

  1. Yorkshire and the Humber: Total: £12.755m

    1. ULEV Taxi Infrastructure Scheme:

  • Sheffield City Council awarded £488k;

  • WYCA awarded £1.98m.

    1. Low Emission Bus Scheme:

    1. Ultra-Low Emission Bus Scheme:

    1. Go Ultra Low City Scheme:

  • City of York awarded £816k.

  1. UK: Total: £160m

    1. ULEV Taxi Infrastructure Scheme: £20.8m

    2. Low Emission Bus Scheme: £42m

    3. Ultra-Low Emission Bus Scheme: £48m

    4. Go Ultra Low City Scheme: £40m

    5. London chargepoint Scheme: £10m

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