Charging infrastructure installation is failing to keep pace with electric vehicle growth and could scupper the European Union’s 2050 emissions target, warns the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association, or ACEA. To make up the shortfall, an average 14,000 new public charge points need to be installed per week by 2030.
According to ACEA, plug-in vehicle sales in Europe have increased tenfold over the past five years, reaching 1.7 million units in 2021 and equating to market share of 18%. In the same period, the number of public charge points grew by two and a half times.
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