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Welcome to Rapid Charging Devon – a project dedicated to making sustainable, all-electric travel as accessible and efficient as possible to the residents and visitors of Devon.

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Built around a dedicated consortium comprised of forward-thinking private businesses alongside Devon County Council, it is our mission to reduce harmful emissions in the area by delivering increased availability to public electric vehicle charging stations in Exeter, East Devon and Teignbridge.

Sitting at the heart of this ambitious project are sustainable energy and electric vehicle charging specialists Gamma Energy and Wenea, who have partnered with Devon County Council to deliver a network of powerful charging stations around the county capable of supporting a range of sustainable transport solutions.

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We have worked closely with the council to identify the most suitable charging technologies for residential neighbourhoods and tourist hotspots, delivering both rapid 30kW DC chargers and the more powerful capabilities of 60kW DC units.

This technology will help to support the transition to electric vehicles for residents who don’t have the benefit of their own off-road parking, as well as a vital resource for visitors to the area.


The plan is to complete the installation of 130 chargers across the region in 2023 – with the rapid 30kW electric vehicle chargers rolled out to over 30 residential streets, alongside nine central sites chosen for the more powerful 60kW units.

Details of where and when each of the chargers is due to go online can be found via our interactive map.

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Some of the sites will be dedicated to electric vehicles provided by other key members of the project. These sustainable social enterprises aim to provide easy access to electric car rental for both residents and visitors.

The electric vehicle charger network is also intended to support the electrification of multiple transport modes in the area, electric vans and E-bikes from Co Bikes, with the plan to make them all accessible at specific ‘Multimodal EV Hubs’ – for example Whipton Lane in Exeter, adjacent to Heavitree Park, where residents have a choice of Co Bikes and the 30kW rapid chargers.

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