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London Assembly, London Councils

Electric vehicle tally far short of Johnson target

London mayor Boris Johnson still has a considerable distance to go if he is to deliver the 100,000 electric vehicles (EVs) he envisages using the streets of the capital, the London Assembly has warned.

In a report called Charging Ahead?, the Assembly’s Environment Committee says that with 2,313 EVs currently in London, Boris Johnson is only 2% of the way to his target.

There are around 400 EV charge points across the capital, compared to his recent target of 1,300 by next year and the...

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