Routes to the successful roll-out of EV charging
The 2030 deadline for all new car sales to be free from fossil fuels is fast approaching, and the UK hosted COP26 conference is giving an increased focus on the pressing need to decarbonise our communities.
Local Authorities have a key role to play in ensuring that the infrastructure is in place and, with a focus on the need to ‘build back better’ following the pandemic, now is the time to make inroads into achieving the target. However, with such a step-change in technology, knowing where to start on the journey can be a challenge.
In this session CACI will provide their unique insight on their state of the market for electric vehicles, the perceived barriers to uptake and how these impact different demographic groups.
Oxfordshire City Council will show how, through the focused use of data, great steps have been made in addressing the needs of residents.
CACI will demonstrate how the seemingly complex challenges can be overcome by applying data and analysis techniques to get Local Authorities on the route to the successful roll-out of EV charging across the UK.
Understand the Electric Vehicle Market
Dr James Debenham,, Principal Consultant, Automotive, CACI
Meeting the EV needs of Oxfordshire
Elizabeth Bohun, Lead Technologist, Integration Team, Oxfordshire County Council
Using data to build the EV networks of the future
Paul Langston, Associate Partner, Communities & Government, CACI