The most important aspect of driving the rollout of electric vehicles (EVs) in the UK remains the availability of charging infrastructure.
Without additional investment and policy support, the UK will fall short of its net zero ambition according to a new report from the Association for Renewable Energy and Clean Technology (REA).
Charging infrastructure is critical to achieving net zero transport, the Department for Transport (DfT) has said in its Transport Decarbonisation Plan.
Uber has announced £5 million of funding for electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure in London.
The Mayor of London has announced £1.5 billion for infrastructure projects to kickstart the capital's COVID-19 recovery.
Speaking to Current±, Zouk Capital’s infrastructure partner Massimo Resta discussed the second close, investor interest and the opportunity EVs offer.
BEAMA has published its guidance on future-proofing electric vehicle infrastructure to encourage investors.
Electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure company Connected Kerb has continued to increase its numbers with the news Stephen Rennie and Richard Turnbull are joining the management team.
UK businesses are set to almost double their investment in electric vehicles (EVs) in the next two years, but concerns about costs remain.