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22 Feb 2024
Ysabelle Swan

Podcast: EV charging with Ian Johnston

With the projected surge in zero-emission vehicles reaching 80% of new car sales by 2030, the electric vehicle (EV) charging sector is experiencing rapid growth and transformation. While the physical infrastructure for charging is already being developed, there is a pressing need to analyze how business models will evolve, and how demand will change with increased EV adoption.

In this weeks episode of Transmission, guest host Ed Porter is in the studio with CEO of Osprey Charging, Ian Johnston. Over the course of the conversation, they discuss:

  • Common misconceptions surrounding electric vehicles and charging infrastructure.
  • The business model underpinning EV charging operations.
  • What the landscape of EV charging might look like over the next five years.
  • Exploring the disparity in pricing between public and home charging, particularly with regard to standing charges.
  • Potential shifts in demand as the adoption of EV technology continues to rise.

About our guest

Osprey is one of the largest and fastest-growing rapid electric vehicle charging networks in the UK. Playing a leading role in the electrification of transport using 100% renewable energy. With over on thousand charging stations across the UK, Osprey’s infrastructure aims to be reliable, simple to use and require no membership - to be truly open-access.
For more information on what Osprey do, check out their website.

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