Charging infrastructure is critical to achieving net zero transport, the Department for Transport (DfT) has said in its Transport Decarbonisation Plan.
Current± caught up with GRIDSERVE CEO Toddington Harper to discuss the acquisition, the funding required for its next steps and how the company is navigating the "real challenges" of COVID-19 and Brexit.
GRIDSERVE has today (1 July) brought together its Electric Forecourts, Electric Hubs and Electric Highway chargers into one network, dubbed the GRIDSERVE Electric Highway.
The first UK rapid charging hub specifically for fleets has been opened by BP Pulse, with 10 50KW chargers already in the ground.
Following the acquisition of a 25% stake in March, GRIDSERVE has now fully taken on Ecotricity’s Electric Highway electric vehicle (EV) charging network.
First Bus is transforming one of its depots into the UK’s largest EV charging hub with the installation of 162 150kW electric vehicle (EV) chargers.
Rapid charging company InstaVolt has launched a new app to help combat range anxiety.
Over 200 low carbon projects are getting a chunk of £300 million in investment from Ofgem to support electric transport and heat.
ENGIE is to install 50kW+ electric vehicle (EV) chargers at 19 Asda locations in West Yorkshire as part of a new partnership.