TRAIN Stations To Get Electric Car Charging Points

Greenock Central

THREE Inverclyde train stations are among 50 across Scotland that are to receive electric car charging points.

Gourock, Wemyss Bay and Greenock Central stations will each get a free-to-use point which can charge two cars at once.  They should be available by November this year.

ScotRail Alliance programmes and transformation director, Ian McConnell, said: “As a low-carbon transport provider, we are always looking for new ways to encourage more environmentally-friendly travel. 

"Through the installation of these 100 electric car parking spaces, we hope to reduce our customers’ carbon footprint from door-to-door.

“We have big plans to improve our car parks, and this is just one of the many improvements we have planned for the next 12 months.”

While the charging points are free to use, electric vehicles must still pay the relevant fee to park, where applicable.

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