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Electric car charging points in Diss, Harleston and Long Stratton




Electric car charging points will be installed across south Norfolk, including four in Diss, Harleston and Long Stratton.

The 20 charging points will be installed by February next year.
The 20 charging points will be installed by February next year.

South Norfolk Council has teamed up with Vattenfall and BMM Energy Solutions to install charging stations at three of its car parks, which will be at Weavers Court in Diss, Swan Lane in Long Stratton and Bullock Fair in Harleston.

Keith Kiddie, cabinet member for stronger communities on South Norfolk Council, said: “We are once again leading the way in ensuring that our residents and businesses can benefit from modern technology.

“We will be giving people the opportunity to consider using clean energy and buying an electric car, as they will now have access to charging points overnight.”

The 20 charging points will be installed by February next year.



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