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London Electric Vehicle
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The roadmap to an electric future
Electric Vehicles are an integral component of the smart mobility ecosystem that is poised to have an increasingly positive effect on climate change.
The electrification of transportation will bring fundamental changes to our society, including how we design our roads, power grids, commercial buildings, and even our parking lots. But the most impactful change will be to our behaviours around personal travel. Refuelling our vehicles will be something we do not once a week but every day. Most of the charging will happen at home, but a significant portion will need to happen on route or at a destination. This needs radical new thinking of the relationship between movement and energy, which is where our expert teams have the experience and insights to reimagine how we design the infrastructure to set us on the road for an electric future.
With the Government ban on petrol and diesel cars set to come into effect from 2040, we are working now with our clients to design sustainable smart mobility solutions for the future. Combining expertise from across the business we can advise from initial planning assessment to securing project funding to completion.
Our team is well-versed and experienced with considering challenges and finding flexible, fit-for-purpose solutions.
Electrical service determining capacity plays a pivotal role in if a site can feasibly implement EV charging. Incorporating renewable power sources may improve the project feasibility.
Cost of Power
Utility rate structures and demand charges need to be considered as clients plan their EV infrastructure program.
Proximity to power, road infrastructure and societal needs are among several factors that influence the location of EV charging.
Access to all is critical for ubiquitous energy supply, not just those who have off-street car parking.
Cross authority partnerships in infrastructure provision are a must to ensure rural and suburban access to EV services.
Considering what type of charging station should be installed is key to helping ensure operational excellence.
Charging into the 4th Industrial RevolutionThe delivery of electric vehicle charging infrastructure in the UK has the potential to generate significant revenue return to the Exchequer, create significant public value and establish a global template, placing British iconography at the heart of the 4th Industrial Revolution. This Green Paper sets out recommendations for Government to capitalise on the provision of a new social infrastructure model across the UK. Read More
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