'Flawed': EV charging network needs major upgrade for drivers lacking off-street parking, warns Which? study

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There are currently more than 60 charge point operators in the UK
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There are currently more than 60 charge point operators in the UK

Research by consumer group reveals just 13 per cent of EV and plug-in hybrid vehicle charging currently takes place via UK's public charging network

A major nationwide upgrade programme is needed for the UK's public charge point network to prepare it for a rapid influx of electric vehicle (EV) drivers who will not have access to charging at home...

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