A Ubitricity lamppost charger in Tooting: from Landmark moment for electric vehicles with first lampost chargers switched on (Wandsworth Borough Council)
Thanks to everyone who came to the launch, and a special thanks to our guest speakers Alistair and James. In case you missed it, you can download their slides here: James's slides on how to turn a lamppost into a charging point, and the Oxford electric car club trial and Alistair's on the benefits of car clubs generally
You are warmly invited to our Clean Wheels Survey Launch Event
Monday 9th April 12.30-2pm at the Cambridge central library
We also expect several local councillors and officers who are involved in the Cambridge/Cambridgeshire car club procurement project to attend.
Talks will start at 1pm but you are welcome to come from 12.30 to see our displays and find out about what Clean Wheels have been doing.
We would appreciate some volunteers too: - could you help us on the day to man the entrance and keep track of visitors, take contact details, record the event and so on. Please let us know if you might be able to help.
About Ubitricity's lamp post charging points: Ubitricity provide a ‘simple socket’, which can be uniquely retrofitted into existing lamp columns. These can only be used with a ‘smart cable’, which activates the socket, calculates the energy used and communicates remotely with the Ubitricity billing system to charge customers for their exact energy consumption. In future the smart cable will enable residents to freely select their energy provider.
Please take a few minutes to fill in our survey - we need your views on what sort of car clubs we want in Cambridge, where, and how much difference they can make.