Energeo have been selected by East Lothian Council to undertake a detailed analysis of the County’s major Towns in support of the Authority’s residential Electric Vehicle Chargepoint (EVCP) roll out strategy. For the project Energeo will digitally survey the urban landscape, using satellite imagery and machine learning techniques, in order to determine where on-street charging infrastructure will be required, and to further identify potential constraints or barriers to implementation.
“East Lothian have already made tremendous progress in making point-of-destination and public EV charging infrastructure readily available across the County. Their data driven approach is rightly considered exemplar in facilitating wide scale transitioning to EVs” commented Energeo CEO, Ian Dee. “Energeo are delighted to be working with East Lothian to help extend their charging network further, utilising advanced geospatial analysis to identify primary locations for chargepoints across the residential areas of the region’s major towns”.
As part of the project Energeo will assess availability and proliferation of private parking, analyse footway and verge characteristics and geometries, and determine on-street parking levels and behaviour across the towns of Musselburgh, Wallyford, Tranent, Prestonpans, Cockenzie & Port Seton, Macmerry, North Berwick, Haddington, Dunbar and West Barns.
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