The CMA report said they would “continue to look broadly” at the sector but would focus more on areas of concern around motorways and street charging stations.
The report said: “From the evidence received so far, it appears that there are some overall issues impacting the sector but also some differences in the way that competition is developing and particular challenges arising in the provision of charging in certain settings (ie. segments).
“Therefore, while we will continue to look broadly at the overall EV charging sector, within Theme 1 (competition and investment) we intend to focus in more detail on the following segments.
“En-route rapid/ultra-rapid charging, in particular on motorways and on-street slow/fast local charging ie. on the kerbside or in local hubs.
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