Please note that this page contains information and links most relevant for people living in Scotland.
The 2021/22 eBike Grant Fund is currently closed to applications. Please check this page for updates on further rounds of eBike Grant Fund support.
Successful applicants to the 2021/22 eBike Grant Fund were announced on 14 March 2022. The scheme is funded by Transport Scotland and delivered by Energy Saving Trust.
Local authorities, public sector agencies, further and higher education institutions, active travel hubs and community groups were invited to apply for funding to adopt ebikes, etrikes, ecargo bikes, cargo bikes and trailers, tandems, adapted cycles and trikes. To encourage uptake of the funded cycles, applicants could also apply for additional funding to support subsidised access to ebike hire/loan schemes for people with mobility issues, those on low income, jobseekers, modern apprentices, young people, and students.
So far, the 2021/22 round of funding has awarded £827,092 to 36 projects. In total, 216 ebikes, 56 ecargo bikes, 34 adapted cycles have been made available to Scotland’s communities through the fund.
Energy Saving Trust is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. This fund is subject to availability and terms and conditions apply.
Free ebike trials are available to organisations, communities and individuals across Scotland. Trials of over three days are encouraged for recipients to fully experience the benefits and get to know what it’s like to use an ebike in their daily life. Longer term trials are also available to GPs and healthcare practices.
Contact your local Home Energy Scotland service to check for availability through the contact form or by phone on 0808 808 2282.
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