2016 saw huge momentum building in the world of e-mobility and this doesn't seem to be slowing down as we enter a new year. The transition to electric vehicles is happening a pace far quicker than I first imagined. For the sale of EVs to really start to boom, the charging infrastructure needs to be in place and this is very rapidly being addressed with utility E-ON the latest to join the party. With major car manufacturers also teaming up to increase the charging infrastructure and the European Commission insisting on charging stations being incorporated into new residential and non-residential buildings it seems the support is there for massive growth in this area.