According to MPs, people must be protected from high charging fees for public electric vehicles. According to the Transportation Select Committee, this will place a financial burden on those who cannot afford it. According to the MPs, the government should make charging infrastructure more accessible and reliable.

By 2030, the UK intends to prohibit the sale of new petrol, diesel, and hybrid vehicles. By 2050, the vast majority of cars on the road will be electric or hydrogen fuel cell-powered. According to the MPs, property developers should be forced to provide public charging stations, and municipal governments should ensure that charging infrastructure is developed.

“Drivers should not be penalized based on where they live or how they charge their vehicles,” the group’s leader, Huw Merriman, said. “Drivers who reside in rural or distant regions risk being left behind,” according to the committee. According to the research, the industry could utilize price “to alter customer billing behavior to a ‘small but often’ approach and at times when the National Grid can supply total demand.”