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Britain’s electric car charging network to get £300m boost

Ofgem to build infrastructure for 3,550 new ultra-rapid charging points on motorways and in towns

Britain’s energy regulator is investing £300m to help triple the number of ultra-rapid charging points for electric vehicles across the country, as part of efforts to accelerate the UK’s shift to clean energy.

Ofgem will use the cash to build infrastructure supporting 3,550 newcharging points, including 1,800 ultra-rapid charging sites at motorway service stations. There are currently just 918 ultra-rapid charging stations across the country.

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