About the UK's largest council-led EV charging project
Connected Kerb, West Sussex County Council, Adur and Worthing District Councils, Arun District Council, Crawley Borough Council, Horsham District Council, and Mid Sussex District Council have formed a partnership to provide a new chargepoint network across West Sussex.
The partners are working together to install thousands of chargepoints across the county within the next ten years, forming the new West Sussex Chargepoint Network. This ambitious scheme will give West Sussex residents the confidence to go electric in time for the ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel vehicles in 2030.
The partnership wants to deliver chargepoints in locations that work best for residents on streets and in council car parks. To do so, the partnership continues to collaborate closely with residents to assess where there is demand for chargepoints and community landowners to identify opportunities at community facilities across the county and find out where they would like to see chargepoints.
Residents, get involved!
Help us plan a network that works for you and share your view of where chargepoints should be located across West Sussex. Although we cannot guarantee that a chargepoint will be installed in the location suggested, it will help us map demand and plan for EV charging in West Sussex.
Community landowners, register your interest
The West Sussex chargepoint network aspires to work in partnership with all community landowners to provide a comprehensive and cohesive solution on public land. Learn more about how to register your interest & how you can get involved in the UK's largest council-led EV charging project, and much more.