A new report, released today by The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI), reveals that managed or ‘smart’ charging could support the widespread integration of low carbon cars and vans into the energy system, to meet the UK’s 2050 climate change targets. Though significant progress has been made to decarbonise the country’s electricity, the same level of progress is needed to decarbonise transport. Meeting important UK government policy targets by 2030, will require significantly more than 4 million plug-in vehicles to be on the road. The ‘Smarter Charging: A UK Transition to Low Carbon Vehicles’ insight report examines some of the issues facing the mass market transition from fossil fuel to low carbon miles.
ETI 12th Nov 2019 read more »