EV charging could be so much better — here's how | Tom's Guide

Electric car charging infrastructure has come a long way in the past decade, but it still has a long way to go if recharging is going to replace the ever-present gas station. That’s especially true in rural areas, which are currently poorly served when recharging is concerned.

In the U.K., a new plan has been announced to bolster EV charging in areas where the power grid’s supply wouldn’t normally be sufficient for rapid charging. It involves adding energy storage systems (ESSs) at motorway service stations to improve rapid charging capabilities.


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