Rolton Group Coverage on GreenEnergyNews.co.uk
Just a few years ago, electrically powered cars were almost unheard of. However, with the recent announcement of a ban on the sale of diesel and petrol cars in the UK by 2040, electric vehicles (EV) and how the electrical infrastructure required to support them is installed across the country have become very real concerns affecting the near future. Today, a great EV revolution is well and truly upon us. According to The Society of Motor Manufacturers & Traders there are over 104,000 full electric or hybrid EVs on our roads today – more than a 20-fold rise over the past three years alone. Over recent years, we’ve seen EV charging points spring up for public use across our road network, particularly in city centres and along our major highways. However, charging points in residential areas are less common.