The acceleration of the EV charging infrastructure in Europe

As the European Union (EU) makes strides toward carbon neutrality by 2050, the demand for electrically chargeable vehicles (ECVs) is surging, underscored by ambitious CO2 targets set for cars and vans. Yet, the uptake of battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and plug-in hybrids (PHEVs) hinges not just on consumer interest but significantly on the accessibility of charging infrastructure. This article delves into the current landscape of electric vehicle (EV) charging points across Europe, highlighting the challenges and disparities in infrastructure roll-out as described in the latest ACEA Automotive Insights report.
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