Our awareness of what’s going on in the industry puts us in a great position to support with consultancy on your EV charging movement.
Understanding the industry
Public charging infrastructure will play a pivotal role in enhancing accessibility and convenience, especially in densely populated urban areas. According to the IEA, significant strides have been made across Europe to increase the number of public charging points. As of 2023, there are 460,000 slow chargers and over 70,000 fast chargers, emphasizing the region’s commitment to expanding public charging infrastructure. Notably, Germany, France, and Norway have witnessed substantial growth in fast charger installations. Europe is determined to further bolster its public charging network, as reflected in the proposed Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Regulation. This regulation sets electric charging coverage requirements across the trans-European transport network and aims to allocate over EUR 1.5 billion for alternative fuels infrastructure, including electric fast charging by the end of 2023.
Consultancy with Wattif
Understanding what’s going on in the industry is pivotal to helping you be ahead of the curve. Wattif thinks this is a great opportunity to install charge points where drivers would naturally park and stay for a number of hours – hence our proposal to focus on destination charging. This multi-tasking approach is a better option for EV drivers to charge, than to expect people to factor time into their busy schedules. Get in touch today and take advantage of our consultancy service to get you informed on your options, as well as explore some of our solutions and packages as to how we can help.