Kilbey’s Questions: The energy transition; a skilled employment opportunity of a life time

In this first in a series of industry interviews, Ben Kilbey CCO at Britishvolt, talks to Dr. Benjamin Silverstone, Programme Lead at U.K. Electrification Skills Framework on the huge opportunities for future-proofed employment that the energy transition will bring.

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Enhancing EV charging customer experience and EV adoption

Transport + Energy hears from Anthony Wicks, Key Accounts Manager, Self-Service GSV – Parking and EVC at Worldline, who discusses how the industry needs to approach enhancing electric vehicle charging (EVC) customer experience and EV adoption.

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Exclusive interview: Quentin Willson on why he’s made the transition to EVs

In an exclusive interview with Transport + Energy editorial director, Alec Peachey, motoring broadcaster and transport campaigner Quentin Willson reveals the reasons why he’s now focused on driving and campaigning for electric vehicles (EVs).

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Quentin Willson column: A war against EVs?

Motoring broadcaster and transport campaigner Quentin Willson writes his first exclusive column for Transport + Energy where he outlines his concerns about the amount of information doing the rounds which is designed to discredit the electric vehicle (EV) in all its forms.

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Developing electric vehicle markets to deliver change

UK Power Networks is forecasting that up to 2.7 million electric vehicles (EVs) will be connected to its networks by 2028, up from just 150,000 in its regions today. Transport + Energy caught up with the company’s Director of Customer Service, Strategy, Regulation and Information Systems – Suleman Alli – to find out why and how the network operator has been developing and building markets to build confidence in EVs.

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Q&A: Trojan Energy’s Mark Constable on why collaboration is key to solving the decarbonisation challenge

Mark Constable, Head of Business Development at Trojan Energy, talks to Transport + Energy about the importance of both sectors working together and offers advice on how this can be achieved. In a wide ranging interview Mark also discusses the challenges faced by councils when it comes to the adoption of electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure, the Transport Decarbonisation Plan, and the types of solutions that can accelerate change.

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Transparency is key

The Transport Committee recently set out a series of recommendations for the UK government to follow if it is to deliver on its target of 100% of new vehicle sales being zero emission by 2035. Steffen Brans, the founder of EEVEE, believes greater transparency around public charging will be key to getting mass adoption if we are to reach these government targets.

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Reducing carbon emissions in construction

Chris Jenkins, Business Development Manager for Miles Macadam, highlights the challenges around reducing carbon emissions in the construction industry and looks at the reasons why the use of innovative surfacing materials must be considered when designing schemes, including EV charging infrastructure projects.

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