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December 6, 2022
Using the UK market as a case study for the development of eMobility, we aim to provide insights into the status quo of charging infrastructure and possible directions for the future. As of April 2022, sales of battery electric vehicles in the year to date had grown 88% compared to 2021. Combined with a shrinking market for fossil fuel vehicles, that’s a doubling of market share which puts us well on the way to the UK Government’s targets to end their sale entirely. Charging infrastructure will soon become the backbone of the UK’s national mobility.
The UK’s EV future relies on implementing highly available, holistic, accessible charging infrastructure. And to do that, we need to understand the state of charging today – and how it is changing. This whitepaper is a guideline for stakeholders to make good decisions around EV charging infrastructure by analysing the current UK market and spotlighting market needs of the future.
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