The West's electric vehicle charging network is being boosted with more than 120 new charging points.
The new points are being installed over the next year.
The £7.1m of government funding was awarded to Bristol City Council, Bath and North East Somerset, South Gloucestershire and North Somerset, in a bid to increase the uptake of electric vehicles (EVs).
Bristol Mayor Marvin Rees, said the upgrade will help "both existing and future EV drivers".
"Ensuring we develop a resilient charging infrastructure will give more people the confidence they need to embrace this technology," he said.