SOPER, LIGHTING THE WAY FOR THE ELECTRONIC REVOLUTION14/09/2021
Later this year, electric vehicle (EV) charging points will be installed in all new homes and offices to facilitate for the intended mass-adoption of EVs. This is as a result of the banning sales of petrol and diesel vehicles by 2030 in the UK. Charging is being made easier, cheaper and far more accessible. Reportedly, 500 plug-in points are being installed every month to promote the elimination of greenhouse gas emissions and the aim is to achieve its target of net zero emissions by 2050. It is understood the Government are investing in research including wireless charging points and pavement charging points for households without off-street parking. The number of public charging stations is expected to rise from 170,000 to 2 million by 2025. Noticeably, increasing individuals are gravitating towards the greener transport alternative as more hybrids and electric cars are seen on the roads. Electric cars are the low-cost option for consumers.
Soper of Lincoln BMW and MINI are proud to be a part of the NDFA’s Electric Vehicle Approved accreditation scheme and have been awarded the EVA badge of approval. The accreditation guarantees the specifically trained technicians can service and maintain the new or used EV to the highest standard. Soper of Lincoln are one of fifty dealerships that obtain the ambition to increase the sale of electric vehicles and strive to achieve a net zero emission future. Soper of Lincoln BMW and MINI are at the forefront of electrifying Lincoln with 36 charging points at the dealership to display their support towards a greener future for travel.