There is one major consideration that has prevented people from going electric so far: the fear of running out of power while on the road. To alleviate the anxiety drivers have about the range of EVs, boosting public access to charging infrastructure and enabling higher charging speeds will be vital.
By Birgit Dargel, Global Head of Future Grids at Siemens Smart Infrastructure
The UK is committed to be net zero by 2050 and has committed to a total ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel vehicles by 2035. But is there more that can be done to accelerate the transition to BEVs, especially if investment can help the recovery from economic headwinds caused by the COVID-19 pandemic?
By Mark Richards, Partner and EMEA Co-Leader – Energy, Environmental & Infrastructure at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP
Paving the way for EV adoption in the UK is a delicate equation, but there are a number of improvements to the electrical infrastructure that utilities can begin work on now.
By David Hall, VP Power Systems UK & Ireland at Schneider Electric
Hyundai Mobis, the parts and service arm for the South Korean automaker Hyundai Motor Company, has leveraged its own H2 fuel cell technology for electric vehicles to create an emergency H2 power generation system at its H2 fuel cell plant in Chungju, South Korea.