In December 2021 over a quarter of all UK car sales were for electric cars. No longer the purchase of the early adopters and, with over 150 models and variants to choose from, the popularity of electric vehicles is increasing by the day.
How is the demand for new infrastructure to charge EVs likely to take shape? What are the trends in the evolving market? How can the real estate sector meet existing and future requirements and make the most of any opportunities?
This webinar welcomes guest speakers Matthew Trevaskis, Director of Drivenergy, Alastair Mumford, SWEP Regional Programme Manager, Devon County Council and Tom Hurst, UK Lead & Network Development Manager at Fastned to our panel discussion hosted by Real Estate Partner, Richard Walford, to debate the property industry’s approach to this sea change.
The panel will looked at the approach to retrofitting existing buildings and developments; issues for shared accommodation; new developments and energy consumption considerations; management and maintenance of charging facilities and the opportunity to turn a service into a profit generator.
Contact the speakers
Richard Walford, Partner, Real Estate, Michelmores
Matthew Trevaskis, Director of Drivenergy,
Alastair Mumford, SWEP Regional Programme Manager, Devon County Council
Tom Hurst, UK Lead & Network Development Manager at Fastned