Croydon Council is set to meet its ambitious target of 400 new electric vehicle charging points by spring 2022 – with 154 charging points installed and a further 94 nearing completion.
Croydon’s bid to become carbon-neutral by 2030 through radical plans to tackle climate change moved forward today with the launch of the borough’s Climate Crisis Commission.
Croydon drivers who leave their engines running while parked will be asked to turn them off or face a fine as part of a pan-London crackdown.
Electric vehicles will soon be able to use new charging points across Croydon going live over the coming weeks with plans already underway for 42 more.
A new green parking scheme, which is part of the council’s sustainable Croydon agenda, will help tackle air pollution when it’s introduced across the borough next week.
Croydon is set to declare a climate emergency in a bid to tackle climate change and improve the environment for residents now and for future generations.
A £250,000 fund has been set up to help a range of sustainable initiatives across Croydon as the council works to make it London’s greenest borough.