UK Gov't Invests £9 Million In Increased Electric Car Charging Infrastructure
The government has announced it will be investing £9 million into the UK's electric vehicle infrastructure. Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said it would use the money to increase the number of charging points, making ownership of the zero-emission vehicles 'possible for everyone'.
'Hundreds more' charging points will be built across the country, 140 of which will be of the fast-charging variety. These 'superchargers' allow an electric car to go from empty to fully-charged in around 30 minutes.
The government hopes adding to the 6,000 charging points already in the UK will help cement our position as a global leader in electric vehicles.
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