Shell will install charging stations for electric cars in its UK petrol stations.

Charging points for electric cars could appear next to petrol pumps owned by Shell in the UK, according to The Guardian. The publication states that Shell has confirmed talks with government officials for their introduction.

Diversification of infrastructure for battery powered cars would mark a new stage in development of the company, which was noted in the past by supporting biofuels as an alternative to petrol and diesel.

Examine the potential to introduce charging points for electric vehicles in some parts of our retail network in the UK since the beginning of 2017, "said Shell spokesman. Thus, Shell will compete with companies like Chargemaster, Ecotricity and Tesla already developed charging network in Great Britain. According to data, there Albion territory over 12,000 charging points. More than 20,000 electric cars were included in the statistics published last year in the UK.

Comments for this blog

Leave A Reply

Blog Archive