Aberdonians are being given the opportunity to help plot the future of electric cars in the city.
Public help is being sought to shape a council plan that will encourage and cater for an increased use of electric vehicles in the next five to 10 years.
The EV Framework will have two consultations with information gathering and a further round before a report is drafted and put to a council committee.
Charging sessions at council-run points increased by 25% over the last 12 months and the city council added an extra six charge points to the network this year.
A total of 100 access points can be found across the city, with 52 available for public use.
The remainder are used for car club vehicles and council cars.
A survey is being held as part of the EV Framework consultation and is available until January 24 on the Aberdeen City Council website.