Whether you’re a convert or not, there’s no ignoring the rapidly increasing number of electric and hybrid vehicles on the market (and on the road!). Despite us being unable to travel for a large part of 2020, last year saw the biggest annual increase in the number of registrations, with more than 175,000 electric vehicles registered (a growth of 66% on 2019).
Increasingly, our clients are being expected to provide for EV charging within their developments, with requirements varying massively from one local authority to the next and there often being little guidance on what solutions offer best value for money or whether the type / quantum of charging infrastructure required is appropriate.
But help is at hand! Our experienced Sustainable Transport team has a wealth of experience in developing EV strategies and usage policies, including identifying the most appropriate solution for a specific scheme or organisation, large or small, whether residential or commercial.
We’ve undertaken a comparison of the main EV charging players, to understand costs, quality and customer service, so you don’t have to.
So, if you’d like some support on EV charging (without the hard-sell from the EV companies themselves), get in touch and we’ll be happy to independently advise you.