More than half of drivers have a favourable view of EVs, but 64% said insufficient charging infrastructure is preventing them from making the change
The report – ‘Smart Cities: Fair investment for sustainable growth’ – from Localis says outdated energy and infrastructure policies must urgently be modernised
All government funded home charge points for electric vehicles (EVs) must use ‘smart’ technology from July 2019, the Government announced today (December 14).
How fast electric vehicles (EVs) can be ‘refuelled’ could undermine efforts to provide an adequate public chargepoint network, suggests a new report for the RAC Foundation.
Volkswagen and Tesco will develop what they claim will be by the UK’s largest retail electric vehicle (EV) charging network, powered by Pod Point.
The Electric Vehicles (Standardised Recharging) Bill aims to make provision for standardised payment for charging and vehicle connectors.
The fuel giant has said it will start rolling out ultra-fast charge points across its network of almost 1,300 service stations from the beginning of next year.
The Government can mandate electric vehicle (EV) charge points at motorway services after the Autonomous and Electric Vehicles Act passed through Parliament.
The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) is warning that a lack of charging points across Europe is putting consumers off buying electric cars.
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