UK motorway service stations miss 2023 target
Back in November 2020, the government published the Prime Minister’s ten-point plan for a green industrial revolution. One of the key proposals was to shift towards Electric Vehicles (EVs), with the sale of diesel and petrol cars initially scheduled to be banned from 2030 alongside all new vehicles to be 100% zero emissions.
Although that date has now been pushed back to 2035, the shift to EVs still accelerates across the UK. Crucial for this is the need for a visible and dependable charging network to support drivers who have already made the switch and to ensure EV purchases continue and don’t slow down.
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Energy Focus - Winter 2024 Energy Outlook
The UK gas and power markets has depreciated across the curve with the front seasonal contract shedding 40% value since the start of October 2023. These are levels last observed in Winter 2021 due to...