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On street car charging points roll out boost

The FT reports an interesting development in the wider provision of electric car chargers.  Liberty Global will be using it’s huge network of  ducts and kerbside cabinets to provide on street car charging points.

This is great news; using existing ducts beneath the pavements minimises disruption to residents,  reduces costs and speeds up the provision of on road charging which is essential to the wider adoption of EVs.

The one silver lining of life under lock down is the cleaner air we have enjoyed in towns and cities as traffic levels have plummeted.  A mass change to EVs could lock this improvement in and greater charging provision is key to this.  We wish this enterprise well…


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