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Friday, January 20, 2023

Electric vehicle charging points will be 'working by the spring'

* The two Pavilion car park charging points.

* One of the two charging points on the Market Street car park.

Llangollen's two new electric vehicle charging points will be up and running by the spring, according to the county council.

The points - two on the Market Street and another pair on the Pavilion car parks - are already in place but not yet operational.

And a spokesperson for Denbighshire County Council said: “The current work to install and also commission electric vehicle charging points at eight of our public car parks, including Market Street and Pavilion car parks at Llangollen, is expected to be completed this spring in time for the start of the tourism season across Denbighshire.

“Once live, there will be two dual 22 kW AC stations in each Llangollen car parks available to use by residents and visitors with the ability to charge four vehicles.”

The charging point installation aims to open up possibilities for people to transition to an electric vehicle where they didn’t previously have access to a charging facility. 

It is a part of the county council’s action to tackle climate change following the declaration of a Climate and Ecological Emergency in 2019 and adoption of the Climate and Ecological Change Strategy in 2021.

Other electric vehicle initiatives are involved in the council’s goal to meet the target of a net carbon zero council by 2030.

* Details of the local installations are:

Market St Car Park


LL20 8RB

2 x dual 22 kW AC (ability to charge 4 vehicles)

Pavilion Car Park, National Pavilion


LL20 8SW

2 x dual 22 kW AC (ability to charge 4 vehicles)

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