Charging an electric vehicle should be convenient, straightforward, and inexpensive; owners should not face a postcode lottery

MPs on the Transport Committee have delivered a report containing a set of recommendations for the Government to boost the uptake of electric vehicles ahead of the net zero deadline, according to Transport and Energy

This follows ongoing questions on whether the Government’s current plans on the production and purchase of electric vehicles to achieve net zero by 2030 are enough to deliver the public charging infrastructure needed across all regions of the UK, including drivers who live in rural and remote areas who do not have access to off-street parking.

The report lists concerns that the charging needs from millions of new electric vehicles will cause blackouts to parts of the country.

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Transport and Energy - Industry reaction to Transport Committee report on EVs


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