The CMA said it recognised range anxiety was a key concern and how it was “essential” drivers could access a charging station.

Andrea Costelli, head of the CMA said: “Making the switch to electric vehicles is key to helping the UK become greener, which is why it’s so important that everyone has the confidence to get behind the move.

“Being able to easily stop off at a petrol station is a standard part of a journey and consumers must trust that electric charge points will provide a similarly straightforward service.”

Volkswagen said it is currently working on a flexible quick charging station which will be launched in early 2021.

Source: | This article originally belongs to Express.co.uk

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