Charging infrastructure on our hospital sites has been a challenge due to supply capacity being in a remote, rural and island area. Accessing information to populate bid submissions or to collate KPIs regarding CO2 emissions and cost savings has been has also been challenging.
We adopted a range of approaches, from preparing briefing documents and newsletters to formal reports. We received great support from National Health Service Scotland Transport department in terms of accessing necessary funding.
Yes. Future plans are dependent on a combination of factors, new ring-fenced funding to facilitate the procurement of infrastructure that can support the electrification of the commercial NHS fleet and access to key telematics data to report on performance of existing fossil fuel and electric vehicle KPIs.