The new buildings in Great Britain will have to have connections for charging electric cars from next year, according to the new law announced by the office of the British Prime Minister.

The law is expected to bring in up to 145,000 new connections a year by 2030, when Britain plans to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars.

The connections will have to have new residential and commercial buildings, such as office space and supermarkets, as well as those that are being renovated or have more than 10 parking spaces.

After consulting with the industry, the government decided to facilitate and speed up the transition to electric vehicles and the option of contactless payment at all new points for fast and super-fast charging.

Accelerated investment in infrastructure for electric vehicles is an integral part of the strategy for achieving Net Zero Strategy, which was announced by the British government last month, Seebiz writes.

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