15,000 free parking spaces for electric vehicles created in Milton Keynes

Go Ultra Low Cities funding used to encourage the uptake of EVs in Buckinghamshire town Fifteen thousand free electric vehicle-only parking spaces have been created in Milton Keynes. The scheme is the first in a series of UK initiatives designed to give people more reason to buy electric vehicles, and was funded using the Government

Electric cars charging in Central Milton Keynes


MILTON Keynes has been named as one of several UK cities to receive funds worth millions of pounds to promote electric cars. £9million has been allocated to MK to construct a Electric Vehicle Experience Centre that promotes electric cars and can arrange short-term loans. Funds will also be used to make the city’s 20,000 parking spaces

Ultra-low emission registrations up 386% on first quarter of 2014 (Image: OLEV)

The UK government just gave electric cars a £40m boost

From street lights that charge your car to ULEV-only spaces, the UK is about to get even more EV-friendly [From 26 January] Figures show low-emission transport in the UK is already on the rise, but the government has given it a £40 million helping hand. Yesterday, the transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin announced cities including Nottingham,