Most people charge at home, and this announcement would mean that new homes will already have charging points installed. This plan has been in place for a number of years.
In addition to new homes and commercial premises, it will also be necessary to install charging points for electric vehicles in buildings with more than 10 parking spaces that are being renovated on a large scale.
An announcement should also be made about the Government’s consultation on public charging, when plans are expected to introduce easier ways to pay during travel, such as contactless, at all new high-speed charging points. and quick, again, this has been under discussion for a while.
The announcement of the EV charging points was part of a speech that the Prime Minister delivered, with some hesitation, at the annual CBI conference. Its aim was to set out how the UK can create a first-rate lead in what the government says will be the biggest transformation of the global economy in 200 years, if the public and private sectors work together to take advantage zero opportunities. from electric vehicles to clean energy.
He said we are at a crucial time, we cannot continue as we are and we must adapt our economy to the green industrial revolution.