Barnet Council has secured over £3.5m in grant funding to deliver 500 on-street electric vehicle charge points by November 2022.
Standards are to be developed for electric vehicle (EV) charge points across the UK, allowing disabled drivers to identify models best suited to their needs.
There is an uneven geographical distribution of domestic charge points funded by the Office for Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV), according to new government data.
Providing advance notice of any future cuts to the plug-in car (PiCG) and van grant is "unlikely", the Government has warned.
The NAO has said that while the Government has made progress with EV adoption, there is “a long way to go” to achieve its carbon reduction ambitions.