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Tesla car and charger
Tesla tops league table for charger network satisfaction
11 September, 2019

Tesla has come out top in a survey of customer satisfaction with electric vehicle (EV) charging networks.

Frankfurt car show
Ford predicts majority of its car sales to be electric by end of 2022
11 September, 2019

Ford has predicted the majority of its car sales will be electric by the end of 2022 as it unveiled a range of new vehicles at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

The Swarco stand at the Cenex-LCV exhibition
New business aims to provide EV charger network for Scotland
06 September, 2019

A new business, Forev, has been set up with the aim of providing a network of fast/rapid EV chargers throughout Scotland.

Instavolt charger at Corby forecourt
Corby site adds two electric chargers to its forecourt offer
02 August, 2019

A petrol station in Corby has installed two rapid electric vehicle (EV) chargers on its forecourt in order to cater for the next generation of cars.

Tritium's Drive Energi charger
Tritium to supply chargers for 2,500-strong UK network
24 July, 2019

Electric vehicle (EV) charging company Tritium, has signed a deal with Box Energi to be the sole supplier of DC rapid chargers for sites across the UK for its Drive Energi network.

electric car charging
Government requires home chargers to be 'smart'
26 June, 2019

Roads minister Michael Ellis has announced that all government-funded home chargepoints installed in the future must be ‘smart’.

Gridserve's Braintree electric forecourt concept
Gridserve applies for planning consent for first electric forecourt
26 June, 2019

Gridserve has submitted a planning application to build an ‘Electric Forecourt’ in Braintree, Essex, the first of more than 100 sites it proposes to develop across the UK with the aim to make charging an electric vehicle (EV) as easy as using a petrol filling station.

When a major car manufacturer like Ford predicts that sales of its electrified cars will outnumber petrol and diesel models by 2022, does that ring alarm bells about the possible speed of change for forecourts?