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Electric vehicle roll-out is still on a slow charge

Parking operators who have installed electric vehicle charging points should start seeing users, eventually

Mark Moran

Charging points for electric vehicles (EVs) are becoming a more commonplace sight in car parks across the UK. However, many currently see little, if any use, because there are actually very few EVs on British streets. There are currently around 3,000 EVs in use, a negligible figure when compared to the population of 28 million cars - figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) reveal just 1,082 EVs were registered last year. In 2009?London mayor Boris Johnson’s...

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