Article preview: Energy regulator Ofgem has announced a £300 million package of investment for low-carbon projects to prepare Britain for more electric transport and heat. The investment is designed to support the electric vehicle revolution, with money spent on cabling for motorway service areas and critical trunk road locations across the country. Once cabled, these locations will be able to provide 1,800 new ultra-rapid charging points, tripling the capacity of the current electric vehicle charging network.
£300m to rewire Britain for the electric vehicle revolution
This 512-word blog post reports on Ofgem’s new £300 million investment in the charging network for electric vehicles and infrastructure needed to heat homes in the future. Written on 24th May 2021.
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