A Peek into Britain’s EV Infrastructure Strategy Plan
UK Government Will Invest $2 Billion into EVs by 2030
With electric vehicles fast becoming the new way to commute for new-gen rider, the UK has announced plans to create 300,000 public electric vehicle charging points by 2030 – and while we knew they weren’t going to be cheap, the £1.6 billion being invested in the country’s ‘EV Infrastructure Strategy Plan’ is a tad jaw-dropping, though a massive step toward clean emission commutes for Brits.
“Charging will become easier and cheaper than refueling a petrol or diesel car,” states the a report from RideApart on the hopeful outcome of the $2 Billion (USD) splurge.
“No matter where you live – be that a city center or rural village, the north, south, east or west of the country – we’re powering up the switch to electric and ensuring no one gets left behind in the process,” U.K. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps states.
“The scale of the climate challenge ahead of us all is well known and decarbonizing transport is at the very heart of our agenda. That’s why we’re ensuring the country is EV-fit for future generations by the end of this decade, revolutionizing our charging network and putting the consumer first,” he finishes.
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