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UK faces a ‘black hole’ of 250,000 chargers by 2032

UK100 warns of major shortfall in EV chargepoint provision if roll-out does not accelerate

Mark Moran
30 October 2021
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The UK faces a shortfall of nearly 250,000 electric vehicle chargepoints by 2032 if the current rate of growth is not accelerated, warns UK100, a network of mayors and local leaders.

Research commissioned by UK100 found that the UK currently has 24,374 public charging points. However, to meet growing demand for electric vehicles, 325,000 chargers will be needed in just over a decade.

At the current installation rate the number of chargers is set to grow to around 76,849, but this still leaves a...

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