Spart Electricians Ltd developing company in Electric Vehicle Charging installation of both outdoor and indoor connection equipment
The British government has committed meeting worldwide climate change targets that require a minimum of 1.7 million EV's to be in service over the next 5yrs.
The British government has committed to reducing conventional fuel demand by 80 % and car emissions by 75 % saving the country in excess of E15 billion p.a.in fuel costs by 2030.
The government has (17 December 2015) announced a long-term extension to the plug-in car grant, backed by a £400 million package to treble the number of ultra low emission vehicles on Britain's roads.
It is alsobelieved that electric bikes and scooters will be sold in the tens of millions over the next 15 yrs.assisting to reduce: Carbon emissions Fuel import costs Reliance on foreign national fuel suppliers.
The 2008 Climate Change Act set the UK the greenhouse gas emissions by 80% (compared to 1990) by 2050.Transport accounts for around 25% of the UK's CO2 and other greenhouse-gas emissions Government's overall strategy to drastically reduce UK greenhouse-gas emissions by 2050. Improving the efficiency of the vehicles on our roads is an important part of the government's strategy to make them cheaper and more practical to own.
There are 4 main types of charging available
1. Slow: using a standard 13/16 amp supply (Up to 3kw) (6 to 8 hours for full charge depending on battery capacity)
2. Fast: uses single or three phase 32 amp supply (7-22kW) (3 to 4 hours for full charge depending on battery capacity)
3. Rapid AC: uses a Alternating Current supply (Up to 43kw) (typically 80% charge in 30 mins)
4. Rapid DC: uses a Direct Current supply (Up to 50kW) (typically 80% charge in 30 mins)
Updated on 2018-06-20T01:37:27+00:00, by .