Rented driveways and empty parking spaces helping to end electric vehicle (EV) charging anxiety

YourParkingSpace offers more than 18,000 electric car charge points in the UK

By
Ian Osborne
August 24, 2021
Category:
EV Life

Rented driveways and empty parking spaces are helping to drive an end to electric vehicle (EV) charge point anxiety. This is considered one of the main barriers to mass electric car adoption.

This follows a recent official report that has criticised the ‘postcode lottery’ of electric vehicle charging, which urges more action to ensure the charging network is fit for purpose in order to help the Government meet its climate targets.

According to the latest figures from online parking platform YourParkingSpace.co.uk, a leading provider of rented driveways and empty parking spaces, it now has more than 6,500 charge point locations in the UK.

These charge point locations represent more than a third of all available charge point locations in the UK which currently stands at around 16,000.

Harrison Woods, YourParkingSpace CEO, said: “As EVs become the car of choice, we all need to think outside the box when it comes to the EV charging infrastructure to cope with the rising demand.

“Rented driveways and empty off-street parking spaces provide a goldmine of locations that can be offered as EV charging spaces as drivers park their cars, whether it be just for an hour or so, or for a longer stay. The number of these charge points is growing at a rapid pace and provides an immediate alternative to forecourt charging.”

Along with 6,500 charge point locations, YourParkingSpace also has more than 18,000 EV charge points and more than 31,000 connectors or sockets that can be booked in advance, with up-to-the-minute reliable availability.

Harrison added: “YourParkingSpace.co.uk is constantly adding EV charge point locations to our network of parking spaces and through partnerships is working towards the goal that motorists will never be more than 20 minutes from an available charge point.”

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