Driving towards an electric future
With charging infrastructure lagging behind EV sales, SFA (Oxford) is on hand to help determine which localised markets will support battery electric vehicles. We can help you analyse the rise of electric vehicle charging stations and renewable power to cut air pollution versus delaying the implementation of sustainable transport strategies. As local economies align to national electrification strategies and begin to reduce their dependence on fossil fuels, greater leadership, funding and infrastructure is required to enhance EV charging networks by directly connecting to national grids instead of local energy networks to deliver more powerful localised charging facilities and superhubs for tomorrow's sustainable cities. SFA's downstream relationships and engagement with clean energy players and stakeholders ensures rigorous in-depth market analysis into the deployment and commercial landscape of next-generation charging infrastructure, power sources and technologies.
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SFA regularly supports clients on roadshows to assist on capital raisings and converse with fund managers, institutional investors and family wealth offices.