150 on-street charging points for electric cars are being installed around Lancashire.
The project, which is a partnership between Lancashire County Council and BP Chargemaster, also includes a charging super hub - the first of its kind for drivers using the M6.
The 18 chargers are based on a Park and Ride site near J34 at Lancaster, offering drivers passing through the county on longer journeys the chance to fully charge their vehicle.
Most of the charging points are accessed via on-street parking bays in town centres, with some also at transport hubs such as Park and Ride facilities in Preston and Lancaster, and the Preston Bus Station car park.
The programme to establish more electric vehicle charging points follows a bid by Lancashire County Council for £14.8m of government funding to invest in new technology.