Today is World Electric Vehicle Day, and news came out recently announcing that the European Parliament had decreed the end of the production of combustion cars by 2035.
With this date as the main target, there is still an important task ahead to establish the entire ecosystem that revolves around electric vehicles, starting with the charging point infrastructure, both public and private, and boosting the use of electric vehicles.
Although there has been a strong increase in the number of charging points in the EU over the past five years (+180%), the total number (307,000) falls far short of what is required. A recent study shows that up to 6.8m public charging points would be required by 2030 to reach the proposed 55% CO2 reduction for cars.
*Data published from the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA)
At Solera, we have single-phase or three-phase switchboards, designed under the ICT-BT-52 technical application guide and prepared for the protection of electric vehicle charging points.
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