Electric vehicle charging: unlocking the business models – An interview with Pod Point

Our latest podcast is part of the TLT & Cornwall Insight podcast series, in which we focus on the important topic of electric vehicle charging infrastructure with Pod Point.

Alongside this series, we have prepared a report ‘Electric vehicle charging: unlocking the business models’ based on interviews with leading experts in this space.

In this podcast, Cornwall Insight is joined by report contributor James McKemey, Head of Insights at Pod Point. As our expert guest, James talks to us about the trends he has observed during his 10 years’ at the company and some of its key partners and partnerships. He also discusses the opportunities and considerations facing charge point operators as the development and funding of charging infrastructure accelerates.

For more information on the report, please see here.

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