💬 “We’re all out there installing EV chargers, but there is no requirement on us to power those charges with electricity from renewable sources. And you think, actually, are we helping meet government’s climate change objectives here or not?” Tanya Sinclair
🎙️ Tanya Sinclair has worked in electric vehicle policy for almost a decade and is currently Policy Director at ChargePoint for UK, Ireland and Nordics. She also chairs the EV Group of the REA, the association for renewable energy and clean technology. Prior to joining ChargePoint Tanya worked for LEVC, the manufacturers of the London ‘black cab’, where she supported the launch of the first electric taxis in London. Tanya has also worked as an adviser to electric vehicle start-ups, charging companies and manufacturers including Nissan and Tesla.
Tanya talks about:
💡 1.) the revolution that the automobile industry is going through
💡 2.) the ways that we will charge EVs once we have mass adoption
💡 3.) the unique charging challenges for fleet owners, office car parks and mixed occupancy buildings
💡 4.) Lessons the UK can learn from other countries
💡 5.) the climate change elephant in the room – that there’s no Government mandate for EV charging to be powered by renewable energy
This is the Beyond Journeys series on the Boundless Podcast, we are exploring how the electrification of road travel will impact our lives and environment.