Salisbury City Council have teamed up with EVC to install electric vehicle charging points in the City Council-owned car parks.
Visitors and residents of Salisbury will soon have more charging points to choose from, with rapid and fast charging bays due to be installed next year.
Lush House, Victoria Park and Churchill Gardens car parks will all benefit from the fully funded installations, making it easier for people to enjoy the City in electric vehicles.
EVC have 100% renewable energy in their network and has the lowest sustainable, low-cost tariff in the industry.
One of the Leaders of the Council, Cllr John Wells, said, “I am delighted that there will soon be multiple charging bays in the City Council owned car parks which supports our commitment to making Salisbury greener.
“We hope that this will encourage more people to travel electric in our City to help reduce harmful vehicle emissions and improve air quality.”