So, this is interesting. Whilst I think we workplace charging is an area where we need to see much more action, it's fair to say, we need to see the EV Charging infrastructure dramtically improve everywhere. It seems an obvious idea that all NCP/Q-Parks etc have entire floors dedicated to EV Charging, this shows there needs to be sufficient power available to these sites also. Grid connections, capacity and access are again the vital enabler of the transition. And Energy storage can have a major say in that.
To date, a total of 114,000 kWh have been fed into the batteries of the electric cars that use the Vulkan facility. The garage now distributes 6,000 kWh of electricity to electric cars every 7 days. That’s enough for 30,000 kilometers of driving, which keeps 3 tons of carbon emissions out to the atmosphere — every week