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'Charging anxiety' is replacing 'range anxiety'

Volkswagen's Mike Coulton asks are there enough public chargepoints to meet current and future EV demand?

Mike Coulton
17 June 2022
`Range anxiety’ among consumers – when drivers fear electric vehicles would not travel far enough on a single charge to get them where they needed to go – has now been replaced by ‘charging anxiety’

 

Volkswagen Financial Services UK EV consultant Mike Coulton believes the UK’s postcode lottery of public chargepoints may be contributing to charging anxiety among potential EV drivers, but suggests the conundrum of a lack of overall public charge points is a common misconception

The creation of a robust, reliable, and fit for purpose public charging infrastructure that enjoys the full confidence of EV drivers is central to mainstream adoption of electric cars.

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