UK100: EV drivers facing a 'black hole' of missing charging infrastructure

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The UK needs around 325,000 EV chargers in the next decade to match the increasing demand for electric transport
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The UK needs around 325,000 EV chargers in the next decade to match the increasing demand for electric transport

UK100 group of local authorities warns that as demand for EVs increases, the UK is falling short of the number of chargers needed to meet anticipated growth in demand

Electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure in the UK could soon find itself nearly 250,000 chargers short of the level required to meet demand, new research from the UK100 group of local authorities...

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