Written by Kfir Kedem – January 23, 2023
Reviewed by Asaf Kedem
Ubitricity is reaching some major goals. As reported previously, the Shell-owned company has already reached a milestone of 6,000 charge points and gained backing from the UK government. Liverpool has caught onto the technology and is helping Ubtricity reach further goals. In fact, Liverpool will now become the UK’s most EV-friendly city with 450 charge points.
The city of Liverpool has a plan to decarbonize its road by 2030. It’s called the “2030 Net Zero Liverpool Action Plan.” Currently, the city only has 150 charge points but with the help of Ubitricity will overcome this limitation and make its road accessible to EVs.
Auto Trendy’s take:
With more and more cities around the world setting goals to lower their carbon emissions, Ubitricity’s solution is proving to be perfect. No other charging company is making EV accessibility as simple as connecting wiring to light poles. Ubitricity is taking over the UK and it will be interesting to see when the company goes into the rest of Europe.