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Why you may need an Electric Car Charger in Stafford sooner than you think

Why you may need an Electric Car Charger in Stafford sooner than you think

By on Nov 17, 2018 in Electric Car Chargers | 0 comments

With concerns over the long term state of the environment, having an electric car charger in Stafford may soon become the norm.

The government has revealed that diesel cars and vans will not be sold from 2040 onwards. Given that transport is currently the highest producer of poor air quality and in turn having an effect on people’s health, this can only be a good thing.

In Ireland this plan has already been fast-tracked to 2030, which is just over 11 years away!

This follows suit from a previous commitment by the French and Norwegian governments.

Electric cars have actually been around a long time

It may seem like electric cars are a new development, but the first electric car was made way back in 1832 by Scottish inventor Robert Anderson and powered by non-rechargeable primary cells.

Electric Car Chargers in Stafford are getting popular

According to a recent study by What Car? Electric cars are becoming more popular in the UK, comparing 12 different models of car including Hyundai, Jaguar, Renault and Nissan and comparing their emissions to their diesel counterparts.

An electric car can also half greenhouse emissions over its lifetime compared to a fossil-fuel powered car according to a recent survey.

If using at home, it will only take seconds to plug your vehicle in and then it can simply be left overnight or whilst the car is not being used.

We’re the top supplier of an Electric Car Charger in Stafford

Boasting 15 years of experience Orbis Engineering Services been preparing for the electric car boom, so get in touch and speak to one of our friendly and knowledgeable team on 01785 248201 or fill in our Contact form.

Each of our electric charger points is specifically designed to cater for all types and models of EV charging.



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