Should we find space and facilities in the village to allow for chargeable electric car charging to encourage visitors to the village and encourage visitors to the village to spend time in the village using our facilities?
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Logistics could be a nightmare. Who pays for installation, presume you pay to use them, what if you want to use it and someone parks overnight, if at village hall would they "block off" spaces reducing number of spaces available for hall users. This would mean more cars parking on the road. 2030 is not the end of petrol and diesel cars supposedly you will only be able to buy NEW cars that are electric but its a long way off. Hydrogen cars will be developed by then and we can stop dredging the ocean bottoms for minerals to make batteries for the cars.
Also a brilliant facility for people who live in the village but do not have access to a power point without trailing cables across pavements
i think that's a great idea.
Interesting idea, Andy... Others have suggested that we might install charging points at the village hall... And would be pleased to hear what others think on this.