The Electric Vehicle Energy Taskforce brings stakeholders from the energy and automotive sectors together to make suggestions to government and industry to ensure that the GB energy system is ready for and able to facilitate and exploit the mass take up of electric vehicles.
The Taskforce is run by LowCVP at the request of Government. It is chaired by Philip New, Chief Executive, Energy Systems Catapult.
Over 350 organisations have so far contributed to the work of the EV Energy Taskforce.
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Three key priorities emerged from the first phase of the EV Energy Taskforce:
These three priorities run through the twenty-one proposals made by the EV Energy Taskforce which were included in the phase one report, published in January 2020.
Underpinning the proposals is a key defining principle; the EV transition is best served by always aligning with the best outcome for the consumer – typically the EV driver. Our belief is that if a positive experience cannot be provided to the EV driver, the potential development of this new market and its ability to contribute to our ‘Net Zero’ ambition will be compromised.
EV Energy Taskforce Chair
The EV Energy Taskforce report is the culmination of over a year’s intensive work involving over 350 different stakeholder organisations. The Taskforce Steering Group would like to thank everyone for their valuable contribution in producing this pivotal report.
‘Providing EV drivers with a hassle-free, seamless charging experience requires the urgent development of further standards and codes of practice that ensure full interoperability and sharing of data between the vehicle and the electricity system.’Howard Porter, BEAMA Chief Executive
The Electric Vehicle Energy Taskforce can be contacted at:
c/o Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership
3 Birdcage Walk
Tel: +44 (0)20 7304 6880
Company Registration Number: 6853328
The Electric Vehicle Energy Taskforce was convened by the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) at the behest of ministers. It is chaired by Philip New, Chief Executive of the Energy Systems Catapult, facilitated by Jonathan Murray of LowCVP and overseen by the members of the Steering Group.