Electrifying Chorlton

EV ChargepointElectric vehicles are becoming more affordable - they are already less expensive to own and run overall than new fossil-fuel cars. But for many residents in Chorlton there’s nowhere to charge one.

In Lancaster they are installing community-funded charge-points. Can we do the same in Chorlton?

  • Daniel Heery - from ChargeMyStreet in Lancaster - how the scheme could work
  • Gerrard Collier - why Electric Vehicles already make sense

7pm 28 March 2019, Co-op rooms, above the Hardy Lane Co-op Store, M21 7QH (map below)


 

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It's the green star on the map below - just opposite the new Barlow Moor Road tramstop.

Enter through the door to the left of the food store and go up the stairs.

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