12 August 2019

Connected Energy CEO comment featured in 'The Times' EV Report

Matthew Lumsden, CEO of Connected Energy has been featured in the new EV infrastructure report in The Times.

The article entitled 'The Inconvenient Truth About Electric Cars' by Nick Rufford is a detailed review of EV infrastructure, barriers to development and technical guidance around vehicles plus charging.

The below extract covers the quote from Connected Energy CEO:

Matthew Lumsden, chief executive of Connected Energy, worked as a consultant for Olev, but could see that the Dutch were quickly pulling ahead. “If you compare what happened in the UK with what happened in Holland, I think that gave them a lot of traction that we didn’t have. There was quite a lot of money available [in Britain], but Olev should have given a much stronger lead on trying to steer the agenda . So we ended up with an infrastructure that is very disjointed.”


You can read the full article here: https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/an-inconvenient...



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