How e-mobility becomes possible for everyone thanks to the combination of low-power charging solutions and highly efficient electric vehicles.
Why is the rapid expansion of public charging infrastructure necessary?
With the accelerated acceptance of electric vehicles, set to reach 84 million in Europe by 2030, comes a string of challenges. Vehicle electrification will demand a substantial increase in the charging infrastructure and weigh heavily on the existing electricity grid.
How can this challenge be solved? Read industry insights in our white paper today.
The white paper discusses the potentials of combining ubitricity’s low power charging infrastructure and Lightyear’s highly efficient vehicles to boost the EV adoption and to bring electricity to everyone, everywhere.
- Outlook on EV roll out in Europe
- Discussion of EV charging scenarios
- Advantages of on-street EV charging
- Low power EV charging as a cost-effective solution
- Advancing EV efficiency to enable high power charging speed on low power
- Recommendations for needed actions
- Final remarks by CEOs of ubitricity & Lightyear
ubitricity is a member of the Shell Group. The name stems from “ubiquitous electricity” and it’s the company’s mission to provide “Electricity, for Everyone, Everywhere” through its range of intelligent solutions for charging and billing electric cars. ubitricity is well-known for running the UK’s largest public charging network with its compact and robust retrofitted lamp post EV charge points. Learn more
Lightyear is on a mission to make clean mobility available to everyone, everywhere. Lightyear aims to eliminate the two biggest concerns for electric cars – charging and range – with an energy-efficient design and integrated solar cells. This allows motorists, depending on the climate, to drive up to twenty thousand kilometers per year on the power of the sun. Learn more
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