Infrastructure and opportunities

Electric Vehicles (EV)

Electric vehicle use in Oxfordshire

Oxfordshire County Council’s Cabinet adopted the Oxfordshire EV infrastructure strategy (OEVIS) that sets out key actions to allow more drivers to go electric by 2025. This means the county is one of the first places in the UK to put in place a comprehensive strategy to make it easier for motorists to join the electric vehicle (EV) revolution.

Learn more about the strategy


Getting started

The Government is committed to helping increase the number of EVs on the road in order to meet ambitious climate change targets and improve air quality in major cities.

Go Ultra Low is a joint government and industry campaign – supported by the Office of  ZeroEmission Vehicles, vehicle manufacturers and energy providers.

The service will provide all the facts and information you’re looking for to make an informed decision about switching to an electric vehicle (EV).

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Workplace Charging Scheme 

The government provides guidance for applicants, chargepoint installers and manufacturers under the Workplace Charging Scheme.

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Charging location map

Use these maps to find charging locations: