Britain must increase installation rate of charge points

Britain needs to increase the rate of charge ppint installations to ensure easy access for drivers of EVs
By: Linkcharging Technology Company
ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE, U.K. - March 30, 2022 - PRLog -- Britain needs to increase its installation of public charge points if it is to meet electric vehicle demand ahead of the ban on sales on new petrol, diesel and hybrid cars, a new report warns.

There are currently around 45,000 public chargers, with at least 230,000 needed by 2035 if motorists are going to have convenient access for plugging in their zero-emission models, analysis by transport research groups claim.

It warns that the Government's green targets could be 'undermined' if charger installations are not upped by an adequate rate to meet the growing demand for EVs with the ban on new internal combustion engine cars eight years away.

The speed of installation is important as it has a direct impact on the number of electric and hybrid cars purchased. Motorists want quick access to charge points at home, at work, and in public spaces such as shopping centres and car parks.

The government is now bringing in regulations to increase the number of public charge points but has a long way to go to get to the target of  230,000 which the report says is necessary to service the number of vehicles expected to be on the road by 2035.

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