The white paper showcases why the expansion of the public on-street charging infrastructure is important in order to make the switch to e-mobility for UK residents more convenient.
ubitricity and Public Sector Executive (PSE), a leading independent news brand for the UK public sector, released a white paper to explain how the transition to e-mobility can be achieved quicker by accelerating the growth of EV on-street charging. With reference to the innovative lamppost charging solutions of ubitricity, it especially explains how utilising existing infrastructure can allow local authorities to rapidly create a large on-street EV charging network.
The white paper guides representatives from councils and local authorities through the world of public charging, demonstrating…
- why public EV charging matters to council
- how to take advantage of existing infrastructure to rollout EV charging
- how to plan an EV charge point strategy
- how to support the cost of EV infrastructure
- how to engage with the community to increase utilisation
Various first-hand impressions complete the new white paper, including from…
- Megan Black (Head of Logistics and Environment, Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM)
- Cllr Darren Rodwell (Leader of Barking & Dagenham London Borough Council & Transport Spokesperson, Local Government Association)
- Cllr James Spencer (Cabinet Member for City Management, Westminster City Council)
- Toby Butler (UK Managing Director, ubitricity)
The white paper by ubitricity and PSE is available in English and can be downloaded for free here.