As the uptake of electric company cars increases, it will become more important for organisations to introduce charge points at workplaces.
The electric vehicle revolution is firmly underway. New car registrations are rising just as quickly as sales of petrol- and diesel-powered vehicles are falling.
Organisations making the Clean Van Commitment to electrify their fleets face continue to face issues to charge increasing numbers of EVs.
The length of time a battery electric vehicle takes to charge is cited as a major obstacle to uptake, but it doesn’t need to be.
Public charging infrastructure is a major consideration when switching to electric vehicles (EVs) and is vital where drivers do not have off-street parking.
Workplace Charging Scheme – Guidance Document for Applicants, Chargepoint Installers and Manufacturers
Details of manufacturers and charge point models approved by the Office of Low Emission Vehicles under the Workplace Charging Scheme.
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