A new charging hub for electric cars has opened in Dundee.
The city has one of the highest concentrations of electric vehicles (EVs) in the UK.
The new hub, situated on top of Greenmarket car park, is the first of three planned in Dundee. It uses solar canopies and a battery storage system to charge up 20 vehicles at a time.
Currently, vehicles can be charged for free but the city council plans to bring in phased tariffs from November.
Dundee has more than 130 electric taxis and the city council says its own fleet of electric cars and vans is the largest of any local authority in the UK.
The new hub, along with two more planned for the Bell Street and Olympia multi-storey car parks, will provide an extra 300 charge point connections across the city.
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