Jackson Cutsor, analyst for power distribution systems in the Business & Technology Solutions Group at Burns & McDonnell, looks into the challenges of electrification of vehicles in houses in multiple occupation.
Sales of battery electric vehicles (BEV) in the UK have soared by 61%, according to new figures released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).
In this round-up of electric vehicle news, Engenie targets Cardiff for the installation of rapid chargers and two companies join the EV100 initiative to install new charging infrastructure.
Over £20 million will fund the installation of 800 new charge points across Scotland in a bid to increase the country’s EV uptake.
EV charging infrastructure in London is to undergo a major expansion, including five flagship charging hubs, in a bid for zero emission transport by 2030.
Rolec EV is launching a new range of smart home EV chargers that allow drivers to manage charging through an app.
Alice Grundy speaks to James McKemey, head of insight at Pod Point, about evolution versus revolution, ultra-rapid charging and the importance of making charging simple.
BP Chargemaster is to install 100 rapid chargers across 50 of its petrol station forecourts by the end of this year.
Mercedes-Benz has partnered Engie and EVBox to provide EV charging for customers in Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg (BeNeLux).