The benefits of a green economy, including increased employment, have long been recognised and now the European Union has taken this unique moment in time to develop a green recovery plan that boosts the economy while driving towards emissions reduction targets.
Many EV drivers in cities and urban centres do not have access to private charging so how will they charge their electric vehicles? Public Fast Charger numbers as the main solution are growing, however there are some other ancillary approaches aiming to help meet the growing demand.
2020 has seen a massive 39% increase in public EV charging points across the UK compared to this time last year. Geographically, there has been an increase of 36% in charging locations, further reducing the all important impact of range anxiety on EV purchasing decisions.
By the end of March, air pollution had dropped by between a third and a half in major cities across the UK as the pandemic lockdown dramatically reduced road travel and the fossil fuel emissions that come with it.
Garo Electric would like to assure customers that our trade counters and business operations remain open as normal. We are closely monitoring the situation and government guidelines in relation to this.
Research from the UK’s National Grid suggests that 400,000 jobs will need to be filled to reach government emissions targets & key to this is the attraction and retention of women to the green tech industry