Consortium assigned to deliver new Local Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Fund

Energy Saving Trust, CENEX and PA Consulting have been appointed as the support body for the Local Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Fund (LEVI), in partnership with the Office for Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV).

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EV Energy Taskforce report identifies five key ‘enabling conditions’ to help with rollout of charging infrastructure

A report published by the Electric Vehicle Energy Taskforce shows that the UK can deliver the tenfold increase in charge points needed to hit Net Zero but identifies five key ‘enabling conditions’ that must be met.
The Taskforce has calculated that the UK needs between 253,000 and 661,000 extra chargepoints by 2035 (with a central estimate of 490,000).

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Fuuse survey: are OZEV applications hindering EV rollout?

A recent survey of EV installers in the UK, carried out by charge point management platform Fuuse, found OZEV grant applications to be the biggest hurdle installers are facing, and may be hindering EV rollout despite the aim to incentivise it.

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Energy stored in electric car batteries could be used to power homes

During the course of this year, the University of Warwick’s EV-elocity project has been deploying V2G chargers in a range of locations across England to as part of large-scale trials to gain technical, customer and commercial insights on emerging V2G (vehicle-to-grid) technology.

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Trojan Energy launch project to unlock domestic tariffs for on-street EV charging

Trojan Energy have announced a new project to develop a single, publicly accessible electric vehicle (EV) chargepoint that can be installed in the street outside a customer’s home and powered by their domestic electricity supply – the first on-street charger to allow this.

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