The worlds first retractable EV charge points are currently being trialed on a small street in Oxford.
The UK government wants all newly installed rapid and high powered EVV charge points to allow card payment by 2020.
The government’s Department for Transport is investing £37m into 12 different projects that are aimed at revolutionising the way Electric Cars and vehicles are charged.
The UK government has announced plans to introduce legislation to make it mandatory for all new build homes in England to be fitted with an electric car EV charge point.
Mitchells & Butlers has agreed a deal with BP Chargemaster to install 200 rapid EV charge points at its pubs.
2020 and 2021 are widely expected to be the tipping point for the electric vehicle market.
According to Deloitte, the UK needs to invest £1.6bn on 28,000 public EV charge points by 2030.
According to Zap Map, there are now more public EV charge points than petrol stations in the UK.
We recently featured in a local Birmingham magazine to discuss EV charge points, as Birmingham prepares to introduce a low-emissions fuel zone.
The RAC has suggested that the lack of EV charge points across the UK is discouraging the public from embracing electric cars.