Report on Local Government and Utilities Perspectives on Europes E-Mobility Charging Infrastructure
In the wake of the diesel scandal in 2015, and due to existing alternative fuel targets, there have been efforts to increase the pace of electrification. E-Mobility has been developing for many years but the uptake across Europe has varied between members of the European Union for a number of different reasons.
The ‘Electric Vehicles in Europe’ (2016) report from the European Environment Agency placed average figures of public charging points at: over 14,000 in Germany, more than 13,000 in France, and over 11,500 in the UK. The countries with the least amount of public charging points (fewer than 40) include Bulgaria, Cyprus, Lithuania and Iceland.
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