“Together we are investing billions of pounds to get more charge points in the ground right across the country. These numbers reinforce our commitment to the UK’s net zero future.
“We will continue to be a proactive partner to Government as we deliver a world-class charging infrastructure, giving the nation’s drivers confidence to transition to electric vehicles.”
The founding members of ChargeUK include: Be.EV, Believ, bp pulse, char.gy, ChargePoint, Connected Kerb, ESB, Equans, evyve, Fastned, GRIDSERVE, IONITY, Mer, Osprey, Pod Point, PoGo Charge, Shell Recharge and RAW Charging.
According to EV Energy Taskforce, the UK will need between 253,000 and 661,000 extra EV chargers to meet the EV demand by 2035.
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