Electric vehicles are vital to Northern Ireland’s plans to cut carbon emissions, but the country’s once-pioneering charging network has fallen behind the rest of the UK.
Our report looks at the reasons why we’ve seen slow progress in building the charging infrastructure necessary for mass adoption of electric vehicles, addresses the challenges specific to Northern Ireland, and discusses the possible solutions that will help deliver power to drivers.
Read the report to find out:
why innovative funding models in use across the UK are not being utilised in NI;
- why data is an essential missing ingredient in the shift to electric vehicles;
- how partnerships between the public and private sectors will be key to moving forwards;
- why now is the time to influence strategy and help achieve the goal of net zero.