See below for our EV Charging Infrastructure Tracker, October 2021. As you will see, this features developments from across the EV & Charging market, and draws on data from our EV Charging Monthly Assessment.
The EV Charging Assessment provides a breakdown of global and regional charging capacity, as well as the charging speeds and energy requirements of new vehicles sold and the EV fleet. Click here to request a demo.
- The British government introduced new legislation that newly built homes and non-residential buildings in England are required to install EV chargers from 2022.
- USD 7.5 billion of the bipartisan infrastructure bill will be invested in building a national network of 500,000 charging stations by 2030.
- Ionity secured capital for installations of 5,500 fast charging points in Europe by 2025.