IET Standards has launched a report to help local authorities install better, more cost effective electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure schemes.
The ‘Successfully Implementing a Plug-in Electric Vehicle Infrastructure’ report aims to address current confusion and misunderstandings about how to deploy EV infrastructure.
It has been designed to help local authorities and their partners optimise their approach to EV infrastructure schemes. It also provides development costs, with guidance for managing budgets as efficiently as possible.
The report, which costs £750, has been developed by sustainable transport and EV infrastructure specialist, Matthew Lumsden. It provides independent, technical guidance and practical case studies on all stages of EV infrastructure schemes, including strategy, planning and implementation.
To provide additional value to report purchasers, IET Standards is also offering bespoke, tailored workshops.
The report works in tandem with the IET Standards 'Code of Practice for Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Installation' , a practical installation guide for those involved in the manufacture and installation of EV charging points.
‘Successfully Implementing a Plug-in Electric Vehicle Infrastructure’ is available here.
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