Green Car Reports
04/20/2012 - 03:35:26 PM
My instinct is that it's not as bad in the UK. For one thing we are a much smaller territory, no interstate issues, way less roads and so on.
I'm also pretty sure that we'll avoid the worst of those issues, because we're a small country, smaller distances travelled and our relatively limited amount of major highway - the motorways. Ecotricity's Electric Highway is in effect the motorway network, the locations will be well know and well signed - motorway service stations. And with 100 mile plus car range, I really think the big need in Britain will be charging on the major roads, motorways primarily - and the local stuff, where confusion of location, ownership & public/private status - will be avoided.
Dale Vince - Ecotricity