Source London set to roll out 1,000 new points

Source London set to roll out 1,000 new points

Source London is planning to install 1,000 new EV charge points across London.

The units are currently ready and waiting to be installed.

The company has signed an agreement with Tower Hamlets to install and operate charge points in the area.

The news comes as part of an announcement from the network stating that it has signed an agreement with its 20th London borough to install and operate charge points in Tower Hamlets.

As reported by Zap Map, BluePointLondon – the company behind Source London – says that it has spent only a quarter of its £100 million budget, allocated to overhaul the city’s EV charging infrastructure. Part of that expenditure going forward be to install the 1,000 charge points currently stored in a warehouse in Ealing.

Christophe Arnaud, Managing Director, said: “Source London continues to be London’s leading charging network and we are extremely pleased to be working with 20 boroughs across London. Nevertheless, we are still far behind other capitals and witness daily the appetite of Londoners for electric vehicles.

“Providing them with the right infrastructure is essential and only an immediate collaborative effort from all of London’s local authorities will enable us to find the best possible locations for the 1,000 points we have waiting in storage.”

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