SMMT says UK needs at least 60 GWh of battery gigafactory capacity by 2030

Policy & Regulation

UK would also need at least 2.3 million charging points by 2030 to support large scale EV adoption

The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has launched an ambitious plan called ‘Full Throttle: Driving UK Automotive Competitiveness’, which studies and makes recommendations to secure the interests of the automotive industry in UK, the trade association said in a press release on 29 June.

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