Zouk Capital, the government’s preferred bidder to manage the £400 million Charging Infrastructure Investment Fund, is to prioritise networks over associated technologies, the firm has told Current±.
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The UK’s distribution network operators (DNOs) have committed to cut the red tape surrounding EV charger installations, aiming to help facilitate more mass installs.
Hubject and Electrify America have penned a new strategic agreement which will spread the use of ‘Plug&Charge’ services to the US market, enabling automatic, contactless charging that’s easier to use “than a gas pump”.
The government has confirmed that only ‘smart’ electric vehicle chargepoints can be installed from July next year.
Vattenfall is to install its maiden electric vehicle charging stations in the UK after clinching an agreement with contracting firm BMM Energy Solutions and South Norfolk Council.
Inevitable EV infrastructure consolidation could see charging market dominated by a ‘Big Four or Five’
Consolidation in the electric vehicle charging infrastructure market is inevitable and could result in just “four or five big players” dominating networks, a panel of investors has concluded.
Over 400 petrol station forecourts are to be equipped with rapid electric vehicle chargers following a deal between Chargepoint Services and the second largest independent forecourt operator in the UK.
Ecotricity will once again change the payment structure of its Electric Highway charging network, less than a year after first introducing a fee for drivers, including charging Ecotricity utility customers for the first time.
Renewables utility Good Energy has launched a corporate bond offer as it looks to plough investment into a diversification strategy focusing on battery storage and EV charging networks.