Electric vehicles are the next frontier with multiple companies dedicating research funds to finding better batteries for cars. However, we still have a long way to go when it comes to establishing supporting infrastructure for electric vehicles. As we still don’t have enough charging points in many countries. However, as per a new report, in the EU, the Netherlands leads the electric vehicle revolution by providing the highest number of electric vehicle charging points (ECV points).
Netherlands is electrifying!
Going by the ACEA 2019 progress report on alternatively-powered cars in the EU, Netherlands leads the way with 25.8 percent of electric vehicle charging points in the region. This means that the Netherlands hosts 37,037 ECV (electrically-chargeable vehicles) points and is followed by Germany with 19.1 percent share or 27,459 charging points for ECV. Additionally, France and the United Kingdom have 17.3 and 13.3 percent of ECV charging points with the exact numbers being 24,850 for France and 19,076 for the UK.