Government plots 2,500 rapid EV chargers across England by 2030

Michael Holder
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Plan unveiled for 2,500 high-powered electric car charge points across motorways and A-roads by 2030, rising to 6,000 by 2035

The government has unveiled its vision for a major rollout of high-powered, rapid-chargers for electric vehicles over the next 15 years, confirming a goal to deliver a network of 2,500 raid charge points...

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