Scaling up EV infrastructure – what regulatory framework does Europe need? Europe needs to massively scale up electric vehicle (EV) charging points to support the EU’s Green Deal goal
Scaling up EV infrastructure – what regulatory framework does Europe need?
Europe needs to massively scale up electric vehicle (EV) charging points to support the EU’s Green Deal goal of becoming climate neutral by 2050. The European Commission is already committed to supporting the financing of one million EV chargers. Is that enough to sustain the rise in electric vehicles and are the right investment criteria in place to accelerate the take-up EV infrastructure across all segments, from home to public charging?
Next to the financial triggers, there are a number of policy barriers and infrastructure requirements which needs urgent addressing to accelerate the much needed open EV infrastructure market. A revision of the EU’s Alternative Fuels Infrastructure legislation will be critical to ensure a swift roll-out of chargers across Europe.
Our upcoming EVBox webinar will host a discussion on EV infrastructure policies between ChargeUp Europe and other EU stakeholders. Participants will discuss, amongst others, if infrastructure targets for member states are needed, what price transparency means, how roaming can be further promoted and what requirements are needed for a truly open market?
Do you want to weigh in on the European policy debate? Then join us for this virtual Q&A.
(Wednesday) 14:00 - 15:00 CEST
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