The REA’s Electric Vehicle (EV) member forum is working to grow the market for electric vehicles sustainably – based on intelligent, flexible charging from renewables, a real world ‘well-to-wheels’ reduction in carbon intensity and improved air quality, and careful management of the load on the transmission and distribution grids.

It is comprised of over 75 companies that are manufacturing, installing, operating, consulting on, financing and providing electricity supply to EV charging infrastructure. Members range from standalone EV charging companies and OEMs, to those seeking to aggregate and manage demand or developing co-located charging infrastructure with other low-carbon technologies such as on-site solar and battery storage.

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