The hub will feature electric car club bay, EV charging facilities, as well as community spaces and access to the London Underground network nearby.
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The UK’s largest public EV charging hub of 38 fast and ultra-rapid chargers will deliver 100 per cent renewable energy to EV drivers day and night.
Daniel Ramos looks at the progress being made by household names as they look to expand into the EV market and beyond.
New statistics from the Department for Transport (DfT) suggests electric vehicles are on the rise, as more and more motorist turn away from fossil-fuel power towards greener cars.
A brand-new motorway service station in the UK has offered a glimpse into what the future of long-distance travel with electric cars might look like as it is fitted with 12 high-powered chargers.
The DfT claims electric vehicles are getting cheaper, but there has been criticism of the announcement by some members of the industry.
Intelligent Transport’s Luke Antoniou assesses the state of play in e-mobility and beyond, focusing on the vehicles, infrastructure and policy that will deliver a greener future.
Research from the RiDC suggests that there is plenty of appetite for electric vehicles among disabled people, but the technology is not accessible enough.
Onto customers will now be able to access Shell Recharge charge points, which the subscription provider says will offer drivers more flexibility when making the switch to electric vehicles.
UK Power Networks claims energy providers will need to adapt to the needs of individual areas as electric vehicles become more and more widespread in the UK.
The forecourt is the first of 100 similar sites being built by GRIDSERVE over the next five years.
The lobby group wants to see incentives for the purchase of electric vehicles as well as federal support for a better infrastructure to enable extensive electric vehicle use across the US.