The third tranche of investment made by the Charging Infrastructure Investment Fund (CIIF) has been awarded to char.gy.
The first installation as part of the Liberty Charge project has been completed in the London borough of Waltham Forest.
The Charging Infrastructure Investment Fund (CIIF) has now reached a total of £380 million – half of which is government funding – following its third close.
This week's EV World Congress saw a collection of the world's EV experts gather virtually to share their insight and views. Here, Current± has collated some of the key points discussed over the three day event.
Zouk Capital has formed a joint venture with Liberty Global Ventures to rollout on-street residential electric vehicle chargers.
Speaking to Current±, Zouk Capital’s infrastructure partner Massimo Resta discussed the second close, investor interest and the opportunity EVs offer.
Zouk Capital has announced that it has raised £80 million in the second close of the Charging Infrastructure Investment Fund (CIIF).
The Infrastructure and Projects Authority has insisted it is confident there is no conflict of interest in the maiden investment of the Charging Infrastructure and Investment Fund (CIIF).