This independent report from RECHARGE UK considers how to accelerate the rollout for EV charging infrastructure by breaking down the policy and regulatory barriers to chargepoint deployment, and how to meet the energy demand on the grid by 2030 from public charging.

The report provides insight as to which parts of the UK are likely to experience high levels of public charging demand, and will therefore require significant improvements to local energy networks and the deployment of flexible energy solutions. This will inform EV infrastructure specific solutions to resolve geographic inequality in chargepoint deployment, and ensure no areas are left behind on the electrification journey leading up to the end of internal combustion engine (ICE) car and van sales in 2030.

This report has been prepared by RECHARGE UK, the EV Charging Infrastructure Forum of the REA.

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A large, hi res, version of the report can be downloaded here