Department for Transport announces funding for 12 projects to help drivers charge on streets The Government is to invest £37 million in a series of schemes designed to help drivers with no off-street parking charge their electric vehicles. It’s thought that up to 45% of people in the UK don’t have access to their own
Twelve electric vehicle (EV) charging projects, including wireless charging and solar powered forecourts, are set to receive a share of government funding totalling £37 million. Over £2.3 million has been awarded to Char.gy for the development and deployment of wireless charging on residential streets in Milton Keynes, the London Borough of Redbridge and Buckinghamshire County.
Southwark Council is launching a network of 50 lamppost electric vehicle charge points after partnering with char.gy to deliver installations in two areas of the borough. Two chargers are already live, with plans to roll out the rest of the network across Borough & Bankside and Dulwich by the end of January. Char.gy designs and
If you have a garage with a power socket, an electric car makes an awful lot of sense. If you park on the street, however, the infrastructural challenge of keeping your electron-powered vehicle topped up becomes complicated enough that perhaps sticking to driving on squished dinosaurs makes sense for a while longer. Until Char.gy comes along, that