Analysis by the used-car marketplace Motorway has revealed that London and Nottingham are the top two cities in the UK for electric vehicles (EVs). London has been named the city leading the charge on electric vehicle adoption, with EVs representing almost 25% of new and used car sales. It also paves the way with 8,600 public charging points. However, when it comes to charging availability, London ranks at 15, with the ratio of chargers to people standing at 1 to 1,672. Nottingham ranks second on the index, compiled by reviewing EV sales data by region, charging point availability and clean air policies of cities and towns across the UK.
With the 2030 electric switchover fast approaching, motorists are making a conscious effort with their car choices. Bedford ranked third for electric-vehicle readiness, following the development of its extensive net-zero strategy and its focus on installing public charging points. Meanwhile, Newcastle upon Tyne has been named as an electric vehicle hotspot with more electric cars sold in 2022 than anywhere else in the UK.
The top 10 electric car cities and towns revealed by Motorway:
- Newcastle upon Tyne
- Milton Keynes
To read more about the research and results of the analysis of EV cities leading the charge, visit motorway best EV cities
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The cost of electric cars are extortionate many and I mean many families can not afford one not even second hand.
More affordable and safe electric cars need to be built for the less fortunate people .