10 Jul '18, 10am

Government needs to back EV charging infrastructure, says new report

Government needs to back EV charging infrastructure, says new report

The National Infrastructure Assessment calls on authorities and private firms to work together The UK Government should work with local councils and private companies to deliver a national EV charging network for drivers, according to the first National Infrastructure Assessment. Published by the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC), the independent body advises the government to prepare for the country's infrastructure requirements. The pathway laid out would see the UK well set up to deal with changing needs in the near to mid-term future. Part of the wide reaching assessment - which provides recommendations on a range of industries, including fibre broadband, plastic packaging, energy and water supply, and transport infrastructure - the NIC has urged the government to back electric vehicles. The NIC's assessment says that authorities should prepare for 100% electric...

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