I took the caravan to have its annual service today. I had to get it to Scorrier from Plymouth and wait while the service was done so I decided to take a trip to Truro instead of just hanging around. I have lived in Cornwall for 6 years now and never been to truro so … Continue reading Caravan Service
Yes, finally I am making progress. I managed to reaload all my pics int Lightroom and to start cataloguing them properly. OK, I have only done about 10% or the 13000+ photos but I feel now that the end is in sight.
Recently I posted that I thought the idea of a community funded national fast charge network was laughable. I thought that the very concept of finding people willing to donate significant amounts in sufficient numbers seemed pie-in-the-sky, especially in these difficult financial times, and I could not imagine it ever happening. I have changed my … Continue reading Time to eat my words!
It is a sad day today because I heard that Cornwall Council’s excellent plans to install a proper fast and slow charging infrastructure has had its funding pulled and so as I write this there is no plans within Cornwall Council, as far as I know, to install any EV charging infrastructure in the county. … Continue reading Bad News! Cornwall pull funding for Electric Cars
There is a lunch on 1st November with one of the exec’s at RCapital, the owners of Little Chef, to discuss EV charging infrastructure. I was going to attend this lunch as I believe that with the types of trips that I have done I could add my opinion to the mix in the hope … Continue reading Little Chef Lunch Meeting
It has been claimed by some that there are over 70 databases of electric vehicle charge points in existence right now and this number is going up every day. As an EV owner I need to have easy, quick and accurate information about the location and availibility of charge points. If I am running out … Continue reading Why a central database of charge points will never work
In the early days of my ownership of the Nissan Leaf I was very cautious os using motorways. The higher speed was hurting range and if I did get it wrong there were no options. Until now. My trip to Gateshead showed me something that I suppose I should have been able to work out … Continue reading Motorway or not?
So, what has happened over the past week apart from my self-enforced exile? Firstly, and rather importantly, Nissan have finally responded to the issue of them supplying dangerously wired plugs on the Nissan Leaf charge cable. I received a letter from Nissan, presumably sent out to all owners, explaining the problem and asking owners to … Continue reading Getting back on the horse