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Opportunities in Electric Vehicle Charging at Commercial and Industrial Sites in Great Britain and Germany

Commercial and industrial (C&I) sites will have an important role to play in providing charging infrastructure for the mass roll out of electric vehicles (EVs) in Great Britain and Germany.  The installation of EV charging infrastructure at C&I sites is set to unlock significant commercial opportunities, which would be bolstered with the addition of solar PV, ‘Vehicle-to-Grid’ (V2G), and energy storage. This is the key finding of a major new cross-industry study, published today (Thursday, 18 October).

The report, ‘Opportunities in Electric Vehicle Charging at Commercial and Industrial Sites,’ by Aurora Energy Research and supported by Eaton, NatWest, Lombard and the Renewable Energy Association describes the need for up to three million C&I charging points across GB and up to four million in Germany to support the mass roll-out of EVs by 2040. The investment opportunity for C&I EV charging could reach £6bn in GB and 8bn€ in Germany.

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  • Commercial and industrial sites will have an important role to play in providing charging infrastructure for the mass roll out of electric vehicles in Great Britain and Germany, creating significant investment opportunities of up to £6bn and 8bn€ respectively in each market by 2040.

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