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Is poor mobile network coverage slowing the transition to electric?

RAC Foundation research raises concerns about chargepoint connectivity

Mark Moran
08 April 2024
The RAC Foundation found that the vast majority require drivers to access them via mobile phone apps

 

Around two-thirds of Britain’s most common type of public chargepoint suffer limited mobile signal connectivity, says the RAC Foundation in report highlighing how the current state of the UK’s phone networks are impacting the electric vehicle charging infrastructure.

Failure to design public chargepoints to work around Britain’s patchy mobile signal coverage means drivers of electric cars could be facing problems when they seek to ‘fill up’ at thousands of...

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