Become a member of EV Association Scotland — no electric vehicle required!

Our Purpose

EV Association Scotland was formed to:

Represent Drivers

represent the interests of EV users in Scotland

Improve Public Charging

work to improve the number, feature set and reliability of public chargers

Highlight Issues

pro-actively identify and highlight the specific issues of ownership and driving of EV’s in Scotland and to promote the use by private individuals of EVs in Scotland.

Drive Policy

work with all levels of Government including Scottish Government, UK Government, EU, Local Councils, E-COSSE, Transport Scotland and any other EV initiatives

Share Experiences

manage a forum where EV members, or interested individuals can share their experiences

Promote EV Driving

promote and encourage the consideration of EV driving to Scottish drivers

Recent News

EV news and events, particularly focussed in Scotland.

How to get your Membership Pack

How to get your Membership Pack

  • Alister Hamilton
  • EVAS

To get your membership pack, including the parking disk, there isn’t much to do: Go to your profile or join and Make The payment for Full membership. Ensure we have your full address and mobile phone number. You should be able to set up a direct debit or make

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All-Energy Conference 2018

All-Energy Conference 2018

  • Raymond Okonski
  • Energy | EVAS | Policy

This two-day conference and exhibition has gone from strength to strength in recent years, embracing as it does everything from EV developments, Solar, Wind, Tidal and Biomass. In addition a host of ancillary interests from eco-friendly lampposts to bioenergy and Hydrogen fuel cells. Whatever your interest or vertical market, there

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Ford Focus Electric phase out

Ford Focus Electric phase out

  • Neil Swanson
  • Vehicles

​Teknisk Ukeblad report that Ford have confirmed to them that when the current Focus is replaced in autumn, there will only be a hybrid and no full EV in the lineup. They have previously offered news of an SUV in 2020 with a range of 300 miles TU report it will apparently

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