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Cities have a challenge: To make public EV charging as easy as refueling a petrol or diesel car, wherever you live or work.

Enabling EV drivers to power-up anywhere won’t happen overnight. This is a new, regulated area, and its complexity can become a barrier to success. Our latest whitepaper, ‘An essential guide for cities on the journey towards effective public charging’ explores the obstacles in the way of meeting government directives and user needs – and how to overcome them.

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Topics included in this whitepaper:

The e-mobility challenges facing cities and regions
How to improve the public EV charging experience
How to meet government directives for public charging
Lessons from countries with mature e-mobility systems

It's crunch time for e-mobility networks to be fit for purpose

To accelerate towards the EU’s goal for climate neutrality by 2050, the regulation for alternative fuels infrastructure (AFIR) sets targets for the deployment of publicly accessible electric vehicle charging infrastructure. It seeks to boost consumer confidence in driving EVs by insisting on price transparency, common payment options and accurate customer communication. Find out more about mandatory requirements, download our whitepaper now.