Charging Infrastructure

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ETI calls for 'smart' charging and incentives on EV adoption...

A new report by the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) argues that "smart" charging is needed to support the widespread integration of electric cars and vans into the energy system to meet the UK's 2050 climate change targets.

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Solving the EV charging jigsaw

As DNOs present Ofgem with their electric vehicle (EV) readiness documents, illustrating how the transport revolution can be effectively managed, Patrick Erwin, policy and markets director at Northern Powergrid, outlines key policies that would ensure...

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Over 1,000 EV charge points available in Scotland

More than 1,000 electric vehicle charge points are now available for use in Scotland.

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Government announces £2.5m funding for on-street EV charging...

The government has announced an additional £2.5 million funding for over 1,000 new on-street electric vehicle charge points.

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Government announces funding boost for EV infrastructure

The Government has announced that it will spend almost £40 million on improving the infrastructure for electric vehicles.

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Mayor sets out London's EV charging network plans

Plans for a major expansion of London's electric vehicle charging network have been unveiled by the city's Mayor Sadiq Khan.

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How networks can overcome the EV challenge

Mark Bartholomew, partner at law firm Shakespeare Martineau, looks at issues around electric vehicle surge charging, which he says will become more apparent as take-up increases.

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Need for EV infrastructure highlighted at Utility Week Live

A representative from the Office for Low Emissions Vehicles (OLEV) has set out the types of infrastructure required to support the rollout of electric vehicles.