Nissan pressures government for electric vehicle road signs
Source : Nissan pressures government for electric vehicle road signs
Nissan along with Ecotricity challenge UK government to provide official signage for EV drivers to help them to find charging stations more easily
Nissan along with green energy company Ecotricity have launched a campaign to persuade the government to create along with install road signs to aid electric vehicle drivers in finding charging points.
Lack of infrastructure has long been a concern of electric vehicle suppliers along with buyers alike. The campaign aims to better This kind of by adding EV-specific signage to the roads in order to provide the same directions to refuelling facilities as there is usually for conventionally powered vehicle drivers, as well as alerting non-EV drivers in which the infrastructure is usually in place, should they want to make the change to an electric car.
The campaign aims to catch the attention of the Department for Transport along with the Office for Low Emission Vehicles, by rallying the support of additional stakeholders inside the automotive along with sustainability sectors. The network of over 9000 electric vehicle charging points across the country currently has no official signage; the campaign’s aim is usually to introduce a family of symbols along with signs to clearly signpost types of chargers, such as rapid or standard chargers.
Ecotricity boss Dale Vince called time on the lack of official signage, saying: “This kind of’s time to introduce charging point road signs in Britain. They’ll provide necessary direction for the thousands of electric car drivers in Britain, as well as increasing public awareness in which the infrastructure is usually ready.”
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