Tag Archives: Public Charging

Does a Charge Network Get More Reliable When More People Use It?

I have had a fascinating, but ultimately frustrating, discussion over the past 24hrs about the reliability of the Ecotricity Electric Highway. Here I expand a little on a few of the basic premises and assertions I make regarding current reliability. The first point of discussion surrounded the issue of whether the network reliability changes as … Continue reading Does a Charge Network Get More Reliable When More People Use It?

Ecotricity Electric Highway – Is it as reliable as people make out?

I have been having some very interesting conversations over the past couple of days on Twitter with a few people who are suggesting that I am over negative regarding the reliability of the Highway. While I respect their opinions I feel that I am not over negative and here’s why… Their argument is that the … Continue reading Ecotricity Electric Highway – Is it as reliable as people make out?

Should Rapid Chargers be Installed at Shopping Locations?

In a way Ecotricity has been one of the biggest supporters of electric cars in the UK. They committed to installing an “Electric Highway”, a network of rapid chargers sited mainly at motorway service areas and without their network driving electric cars for long trips in the UK would be difficult or near on impossible! … Continue reading Should Rapid Chargers be Installed at Shopping Locations?