The new design for a British electric vehicle chargepoint has been featured in over 800 media publications, following the unveiling by the Department of Transport and PA Consulting last week at COP26. The media coverage explains that the new chargepoint, developed in conjunction with the Royal College of Art (RCA), has been designed as an inclusive and sustainable piece of street furniture, with the potential to bring the electric revolution to life - a key step in achieving net zero.
Office for Zero Emission Vehicles: Using the power of design to accelerate the adoption of zero-emission road transport
The project - commissioned by the Transport Secretary Grant Shapps in August 2021 - supports local authorities up and down the country by providing a blueprint of good design standards for electric vehicle (EV) chargepoints. It has been designed to enhance the charging experiences of residents, businesses, and visitors alike.
The media coverage of PA’s role in this project is expansive and features in national and top-tier trade media including Evening Standard, Dezeen, MSN UK, LBC London, Daily Mail, Highways Industry, Yahoo! Finance UK, Autocar, International Fleet World, Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport UK News, New Civil Engineer and Techregister.