Following Royal Assent in December 2022, the Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure Act has now been passed. Further updates were made in April this year, which will have key impacts on telecoms operators, landlords and occupiers.
Besides much-talked about concerns such as range anxiety and high cost, progress in today's electric vehicle (EV) roll-out is being largely hindered by lack of charging infrastructure. Without wayleave agreements in place, charge points simply can't be installed. So, why is the market not talking about this?
By 2030 the UK will require 300,000 public chargers in place. However, only 30,000 public chargers are currently online. So, how prepared are we for a greener, EV future? Hélène Maillet-Vioud, from Geldards law firm, provides further insight in our latest guest blog…
Wayleave services for electric vehicle (EV) charging points are currently in high demand at Trenches Law. So, for our latest guest blog, we invited Oliver Shaw – Chief Executive of decision-making platform, Kalibrate – into the hot seat. He is no stranger to retail pricing and location planning – not least in the EV sector. But is the UK truly ready for the EV revolution?