It is Pod Point's James McKemey and Jumptech's Phil Nunn's turn to take a look in their crystal balls, to see what 2022 has in store for the EV sector.
Electric vehicle (EV) charging firm Pod Point has begun to trade shares on the London Stock Exchange, today (8 November) closing at 220p.
Price hikes are on the horizon for InstaVolt’s charging, following clarity on the VAT rate for public charging, while other networks remain unaffected.
The rollout of electric vehicle (EV) chargers at supermarket Tesco's sites in partnership with Pod Point and Volkswagen has hit a milestone of 500,000 charges.
Kia has launched KiaCharge, giving owners of Kia battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEV) access to over 13,900 chargers across the UK from a single account.
Government EV consultation welcomed as charging networks stress 'vital' need for interoperability leadership
The government’s consultation into public electric vehicle (EV) charging has been largely praised by EV charging networks, although thought must be given to costs and complexity.
EDF is reportedly looking to float electric vehicle (EV) charger company Pod Point on the London Stock Exchange.
Zap-Map has released its annual electric vehicle (EV) charging network satisfaction ranking, with Tesla holding onto the top spot.
In part six of Current± Predicts, Pod Point's James McKemey and Osprey's Ian Johnston speculate of how the EV charging sector will develop in 2021.