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electric chargers at Bryn Elltyd Eco Guest House, Snowdonia
Electric chargers at Bryn Elltyd Eco Guest House, Snowdonia
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Go Ultra Low highlights extent of UK charging network

Go Ultra Low, the joint Government and car industry campaign to encourage motorists to switch to an electric vehicle (EV), is launching a campaign to change perceptions about the extent of the UK’s EV charging network.

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Shortage of facilities blamed for risky charging practices

A majority of EV users who responded to a survey have admitted they have charged dangerously, and blamed it on an absence of local public charging points.

Fastned's Sunderland charging station

350kW fast charging station opens in Sunderland

Fastned, an electric vehicle charging company which is building a European network of fast charging stations, has opened its first fast charging station in the UK.

Simulation of an Electric Forecourts site
Simulation of an Electric Forecourts site
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Gridserve unveils plans for 100 large-scale charging sites

Gridserve has announced plans to build a UK-wide network of more than 100 Electric Forecourts designed specifically for the needs of electric vehicle (EV) drivers, delivering convenient, ultra-fast, low-cost charging for all types of EVs.

simulation of an Electric Forecourts site
Simulation of an Electric Forecourts site
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Gridserve unveils plans for two large-scale charging sites

Funding has been secured for two solar farms schemes which will include large-scale super charging facilities for electric vehicles (EVs).

Powerswap on forecourt

Swedish firm unveils quick solution to EV charging

Powerswap AB, a Swedish start-up, believes it has come up with a radical solution for charging electric vehicles.

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