At the back end of 2020, the government published a plan to put an end to the sale of new petrol and diesel cars in the UK by the end of the decade. While welcome news for many, this target – the most ambitious in the G7 – brought into sharp focus the practical challenges associated with achieving such a goal. One of the biggest challenges facing both the government and industry is meeting the need for an extensive electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure to support the predicted increase in the number of EVs on the road.
This report has been commissioned by Shoosmiths to consider the merits and challenges of BaaS (battery-as-a-service) and whether it is a viable option for the UK; whether to supplement ‘traditional’ charging infrastructure, or to help meet demand in specific conurbations.
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