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Old 23-11-21, 05:43 PM
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New Homes in England will be forced to feature electric car chargers from 2022 onward

The government wants to encourage electric vehicle adoption.



Read more about the government forcing English homes to have an Electric vehicle charger.

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Old 23-11-21, 06:14 PM
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Welcome to the rest of Europe I suppose
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Old 23-11-21, 09:45 PM
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Well, I guess if you can afford to buy an electric car, you can afford to install a charge point in your new house.
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Old 23-11-21, 10:01 PM
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Well, I guess if you can afford to buy an electric car, you can afford to install a charge point in your new house.
They are cheaper than many cars here due to tax deductables.
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Old 23-11-21, 11:04 PM
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That's just common sense/logical. That being said I assume this is the Norm in wider Europe (especially Germany/Nordic countries?)
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Would be nice, Here in the east midlands everyone mostly has a max of 21Mbps down, 1.1Mbps up and frequent outages.
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Old 24-11-21, 08:41 AM
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Would be nice, Here in the east midlands everyone mostly has a max of 21Mbps down, 1.1Mbps up and frequent outages.
Wait... we can download battery charging to our cars via internet? omg UK is 10 years ahead of us
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Old 24-11-21, 11:54 AM
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Would be nice, Here in the east midlands everyone mostly has a max of 21Mbps down, 1.1Mbps up and frequent outages.
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Wait... we can download battery charging to our cars via internet? omg UK is 10 years ahead of us
I think that Dicey probably mixed up the threads regarding UK going electric cars and also going high speed internet for 85% coverage

I’m wondering how the UK will be able to supply all of this electricity though…
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Old 24-11-21, 12:42 PM
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I think that Dicey probably mixed up the threads regarding UK going electric cars and also going high speed internet for 85% coverage

I’m wondering how the UK will be able to supply all of this electricity though…
They cant, but then again the rest of Europe is in crisis too.
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Old 24-11-21, 08:20 PM
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Nobody can sustain any projections of electrical consumption in the future as all the climate morons keep shutting down all nuclear reactor projects. It'll be interesting.
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