Electric Vehicle industry members – including experts from EY, UKPN, Motability, Mitie Group PLC and Connected Kerb – are calling for a “step change” in the ambition of the UK’s EV charging rollout to deliver the 2030 ban on new petrol and diesel cars and support the UK’s net zero goals.
The website Transport and Energy reports ‘How to meet the UK’s EV charging needs by 2030’, published by EV charging infrastructure specialist Connected Kerb, draws on new consumer research and insights from 11 industry-leading experts.
It outlines what national and local government, investors, developers, and charging point providers must do to ensure the UK is able to deliver ubiquitous, affordable and easy-to-access charging points for all.
EV registrations are exploding in the UK – up 154% year to date in February 2022 compared to 2021 – and are forecast to outstrip diesel and hybrid sales by the end of 2022.
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