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Discover the locations of Council-provided charging points for electric vehicles and the associated costs, and find answers to commonly asked questions about ECVs.
Public EV charging points
The Council provides electric vehicle charging points at the following car park locations:
|Location||Postcode||Speed||No of twin chargers||Network||Car parking charges|
|Cromer||NR27 9DX||22kW||2||GeniePoint||Standard car park charges 8am until 6pm|
|Cromer||NR27 9EN||22kW||3||GeniePoint||Free (open during office hours only from 8am to 6pm)|
|Fakenham||NR21 9LD||22kW||3||GeniePoint||Standard car park charges 8am until 6pm|
|Holt||NR25 6HG||22kW||3||GeniePoint||Standard car park charges 8am until 6pm|
|North Walsham||NR29 9JN||22kW||3||GeniePoint||Standard car park charges 8am until 6pm|
|Sheringham||NR26 8JY||22kW||3||GeniePoint||Standard car park charges 8am until 6pm|
|Wells-next-the Sea||NR23 1BA||22kW||3||GeniePoint||Standard car park charges 8am until 6pm|
You can also use Zap Map to locate these and other non-council public charging points in north Norfolk.
There is a 25kW charger for staff use only at the Cromer office.
We do not provide charging points on the street.
The cost of charging your electric vehicle is a 50p connection fee plus 45p per kW of charge, plus the standard parking fee.
Date of installation and cost
We installed these chargers in 2020 and 2021, and the average cost of a twin charge point was £13,820.
Electric Vehicle Strategy
The Council is currently reviewing its EV Strategy. When adopted, this will be available on our website.
Are there further EVCs planned
We will update our website with any new EVCs and plans for their rollout in north Norfolk. Please check our website for updates.