New laws passed to improve EV charge point rollout

New laws approved by MPs are slated to boost the transition to electric vehicles (EVs). Specifically, the new regulations will ensure that prices across charge points are transparent and easy to compare and that a large proportion of new public charge points have contactless payment options. The government has also published its response to the Future of Transport Zero Emission Vehicles consultation, confirming its intention to introduce laws to require local transport authorities to produce local charging strategies if they have not done so as part of local transport plans.

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