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Charging ahead: identifying key areas of demand for public EV charge points

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09 April 2021

Charging ahead: identifying key areas of demand for public EV charge points

Report summary

We often base the assessment of future public charging infrastructure needs on high-level figures. This is often a somewhat arbitrary ratio of electric vehicles (EVs) to public charge points. However, identifying where the main EV recharging hubs will be is not always clear. Fuel retailers frequently cite electromobility and the provision of EV charging as an area of growing interest, but where do the synergies lie?

Table of contents

  • Dependence on public charging infrastructure will grow as EV penetration accelerates supported by government policies
  • How can we identify the areas in the UK which represent the largest public EV recharging hubs?
  • What type of charge points will we need to support future demand in the UK?
  • What are the opportunities for fuel retailers looking to diversify into the provision of electricity as a transport fuel?
  • Summary

Tables and charts

This report includes 3 images and tables including:

  • UK public EV charging infrastructure and electric vehicle forecast
  • UK EV charging pricing and gasoline equivalents
  • Number of chargers for the largest charging networks in the UK (as of April 2021)

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