Report concludes 28,000 Electric Vehicle charge points needed in the UK over the next 10 years


By Richard Walford

Deloitte has published an interesting report on the state of the EV charging market. The report notes a requirement for large scale investment now for companies looking to capitalise on future growth in the market.

Deloitte: 28,000 new charge points needed in next 10 years 23/05/2019 in Environment News The UK will need 28,000 public charging points in order to service an estimated 7 million electric vehicles (EVs) in circulation by 2030, according to new analysis from Deloitte. The research suggests delivering this infrastructure will cost some £1.6 billion between 2020 and 2030. With 13,500 points in the UK currently, according to other market data, that is around half the required number - most of which are likely to be replaced due to technological improvements in the next ten years, it said.
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