London receives £35.7m for expansion of electric vehicle charge points

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London has received £35.7m from the UK Government’s Local Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (LEVI) fund to invest in electric vehicle charge points across all 32 boroughs and the City of London. The funding will help the city achieve its target of having at least one EV charging point on every street where needed. The mayor of London has previously predicted that 40,000 to 60,000 charging points would be needed by 2030 to meet rising demand across the capital. Currently, London has almost 13,000 charge points, which make up a third of the UK’s total. The mayor, London Councils, and Transport for London (TfL) will help boroughs to install the public charge points, with a particular focus on areas without access to off-street parking. TfL’s chief customer and strategy officer, Alex Williams, has said that many more charging sites will be needed, particularly for those without on-street parking, and that London is keeping up with demand by making public land available for infrastructure and building charging points at pace and in significant numbers.

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