Alongside the charity Global Action Plan and Buckinghamshire Council, we are supporting large businesses that want to purchase an electric vehicle (EV).
The Buckinghamshire EV Project has been established by Buckinghamshire Council to guide businesses through a smooth transition to electric vehicles and more sustainable travel.
NOTE: The support is aimed at businesses with more than 100 employees.
It all starts with a simple, informal chat
To get started on your transition to electric vehicles, book a free consultation with an EV expert by emailing: Keith.Cotton@globalactionplan.org.uk
This will be an informal chat to get you started.
Real energy savings for real businesses
Aylesbury-based ESRI was one of the first organisations to get involved in the Buckinghamshire EV Project.
As Gary Lockwood, Financial Controller at ESRI, explains: "We are pleased to say we have now transitioned 43 company vehicles over to EVs and our average vehicle CO2 emissions have dropped from 110g/km to 11g/km in just 3 years.”
How did they achieve this?
Have questions about electric vehicles?
To get started on your transition to electric vehicles, why not book an informal chat with Keith Cotton from Global Action Plan?
Global Action Plan have compiled a guide to EVs for employers and employees, complete with information on:
- Why you should switch to an electric vehicle
- Support available to help purchase or lease an EV
- Tax benefits for switching to an EV
- Support for EV charging
Workplace Charging Scheme
The Workplace Charging Scheme (WCS) is a voucher-based scheme that provides support towards the up-front costs of the purchase and installation of electric vehicle charge-points, for eligible businesses, charities and public sector organisations.
Visit the Net Zero Buckinghamshire webpage to discover more information and resources to help in the pursuit of net zero in Buckinghamshire and beyond.
The Buckinghamshire EV Project is funded by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra).
Learn more about electric vehicle support in Bucks on the Buckinghamshire Council website.