Ubitricity Electric Avenue project lamppost charging (Image: Siemens)

UK’s first ‘electric avenue’ unveiled with electric vehicle chargers in lampposts

Sutherland Avenue, in Westminster, has become the first residential street in the UK to successfully convert 24 lampposts into electric vehicle (EV) charge points. The project – a collaboration between Siemens, ubitricity, and Westminster City Council – has utilised the existing city infrastructure along the half-mile street to create a simple, fast network. Residents along

Ubitricity charging post demonstrator at CENEX show (Image: T. Larkum)

Portsmouth City Council to roll out street light charging for electric vehicles

Portsmouth City Council has become the latest local authority to take up street light charging as part of its electric vehicle infrastructure plans, which will see around 50 new charge points installed over the next few months. Working with German firm ubitricity, the council has plans to roll-out the technology on 34 roads identified via

Ubitricity charging post demonstrator at CENEX show (Image: T. Larkum)

Siemens to deploy London’s street light electric vehicle chargers with ubitricity

Siemens has partnered with electric vehicle charging solutions provider ubitricity to transform hundreds of London’s street lamps into new on street chargers. The company was one of eight to win a place on a city-wide framework contract hosted by Transport for London (TfL), the Greater London Authority and London Councils. It will work with the