Transport Scotland have announced funding of £700,000, which is believed will give more people the opportunity to use ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEVs).
The Plugged-in Households Grant Fund (PiHHs Grant Fund) will provide an opportunity for not-for-profit housing associations and co-operatives in Scotland to apply for funding to procure the services of a zero emission car club vehicle, for use by their tenants and the wider local community.
The fund will be administered by the Energy Saving Trust, which aims to improve access to ULEVs, whilst allowing more households to consider the scheme as an alternative option to owning an electric vehicle.
More information and application details are available on the Energy Saving Trust website
Source: Scottish Government, 19 October 2018