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How to accelerate the net zero transition in transport

Greater Anglia carbon calculator

Looking to reduce your carbon footprint? Use Greater Anglia's handy carbon calculator to find out the eco-friendly benefits of swapping the car for the train on your next journey.

You’ll see how much CO2 each mode of transport will emit on your specific journey and the savings you could make by switching.

Local incentives tool by Energy Saving Trust

This free tool can help you find information on the various schemes and incentives that local authorities may be offering to electric vehicle drivers. Enter your postcode to see what benefits you can access locally.

The Way to Go Suffolk – Suffolk County Council

The Way to Go Suffolk is a new resource hub from Suffolk County Council for all things sustainable and active travel. The site contains a journey planner, cycling maps, walking routes, information on bus travel and further advice and support around electric vehicles and helping employers encourage active travel. The team at Way to Go Suffolk are also on the lookout for interested businesses with who they can support to implement active travel with funding available for bike sheds, lockers and shower facilities.

Cycle to Work scheme

Cyclescheme is an employee benefit that saves you 25% - 39% on a bike and accessories, it’s the UK’s most popular Cycle to Work Scheme and helps employers and employees switch to active travel.

Electric Vehicles – Suffolk

A full range of information about electric vehicles (EV) and charging across Suffolk. Further information can also be found on funding, public and workplace charge points and much more.

Workplace Charging Scheme Application form

Find out more about this voucher-based scheme that provides support towards the up-front costs of the purchase and installation of electric vehicle charge points.

Alternative Fuels Yellow Paper

The transition to electric and alternatively fuelled vehicles is picking up pace and the automotive landscape is evolving rapidly. I think we can all see and feel it. The data speaks for itself. In 2021 EVs made up 11.6% of new car registrations, compared to just 6.6% in 2020 according to the SMMT. Just eight months into 2022 and total EV sales were up 48.8% year-on-year, with EV registrations 83% higher than diesel.

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