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You're in charge: Going electric

Five laps of the M60 on a single charge

For only a tenner

Talking with people about electric cars, the same concern comes up again and again: range anxiety. And yet modern electric cars have a large and expanding range. If you need a car, and add in the cost benefits of EVs, the case for going electric becomes compelling.

This example is based on a 62kWh Nissan LEAF.

I save £100 a week in my EV - you can't beat it!

Tony Nevin, Mainline Sevens Private Hire, Salford

Charging points everywhere!

With around 360 EV chargers in Greater Manchester, and more on the way, you're never more than a few miles from a charging point.

On-the-go

Rapid chargers, fast and slow - what’s the difference and where are they in Greater Manchester?

Car being charged - illustration

At home

How can I get a charge point installed at home? What will it cost, are there grants and how do I apply?

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Charging towards the future

More than 130 TfGM-funded chargers are already in the ground, with more to come. And we're not just talking about electric cars - we're building the future of electric travel for everyone in Greater Manchester.

Try it out

Easily see if going electric is for you

Launching this summer: rent an eCar or eCargobike by the hour - an affordable and convenient way for you to experience the future of travel for yourself.

Or get eScooting today in Salford and Rochdale. And not forgetting Greater Manchester's first publicly operated 24/7 cycle hire scheme - including eBikes - going live this November!

The Clean Air Zone is coming

From 30 May 2022, some of the most polluting business vehicles will be due to pay a daily charge to drive in Greater Manchester.

We'll be helping Greater Manchester businesses to be compliant, with grants and finance available to upgrade to cleaner vans, black cabs, private hire vehicles and more. So this could be the perfect time to go electric.

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