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England will be the first country to include EV chargers in new homes

Category : International
Published on: September 13 2021 Share on facebook

·         The British government will introduce legislation in 2021 that would require electric vehicle chargers to be available in all newly built homes and offices in England

·         In particular, all new homes and offices should feature "smart" charging devices that can automatically charge vehicles during off-peak periods.

·         The proposal is part of a movement to rapidly boost the number of Chargers across England ahead of Britain's 2030 ban of new fossil-fuel vehicles.

·         The Home and Office EV Charger mandate campaign is expected to start in 2022.

Important Facts

About Britain

v  Queen: Queen Elizabeth II

v  Capital: London

v  Prime minister: Boris Johnson

v  Currency: Pound sterling

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