SSE claims London councils are holding up rollout of electric car charging points
The energy company claims thousands of new points are in bureaucratic limbo
Britain has thousands fewer electric car charging points than it should have because councils are frustrating their rollout, according to one of the country’s biggest energy companies.
Big six energy firm SSE said that when it started work three years ago, it had hoped to install 6,000 charging points in London by now, but had fitted just 762 because of delays at local authorities.
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Source: Guardian Transport