Mandatory electric vehicle terminal in new construction from 2022

Fuel – For Boris Johnson, the economic and industrial recovery of the United Kingdom must pass through renewable energy

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Monday that the installation of an electric vehicle charging point will be mandatory in England in new construction and as part of a “major refurbishment” from 2022. The government expects 145,000 new charging points to be created every year thanks to the new rules, as the UK imposes a 2030 ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel vehicles in the country.

Boris Johnson was speaking in front of British business leaders at the CBI Employers Organisation’s annual conference this Monday morning, noting that “pandemic”, “supply chain problems” or even “energy” and “labour” The “shortage” of prices still takes a toll on the UK economy.

United Kingdom towards the Third Industrial Revolution?

The British prime minister specifically called for the “Green Industrial Revolution” to help the British economy restart after the pandemic, but also to keep his promise of a rebalancing between the country’s south and north. for. “There are limits to what the government can do,” said Boris Johnson, however, assuring that Sector P (…) on 20 minutes Read More

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