Electric Vehicle Association England opens to members

Electric Vehicle Association England opens to members

Today Electric Vehicle Association (EVA) England is opening to members. The Association, which has been set up to offer a voice to current and prospective electric vehicle (EV) drivers in England, aims to provide reliable, up-to-date information about EVs and smart charging, as well as promoting the environmental and health benefits of electric vehicles.

Gill Nowell, a director at EVA England, commented:

“With numbers of electric cars steadily increasing despite the economic challenges of lockdown, and the 2030 phase out date for all new sales of petrol and diesel cars fresh in people’s minds, EVA England acts as a support mechanism for both current and prospective electric car drivers.

“We launched our new website in February and have been delighted by the number of membership enquiries already received from drivers who are keen to join the EVA England community.”

EVA England members will receive an exclusive membership pack, a charging etiquette guide and access to further guides and support. As both membership and demand grows, members will enjoy access to specially organised events and a variety of discounted services and products.

Members will also have the option of participating in surveys that aim to inform on the issues drivers of electric vehicles face in England, which will help to shape EVA England’s activities.

Building on the success of its first survey on government policy in July 2020, EVA England has issued a survey on the UK Government Consumer Experience of Public Charging Consultation. Over 1,000 EV drivers have responded, helping to ensure that EV charging infrastructure is widespread, reliable, safe and user-friendly across all driver groups. The survey closes at midnight on Friday 19th March and EVA England will share the results after that date.

It costs £20 a year to join EVA England. Membership is open to current, new and prospective drivers of electric vehicles.

Olly Goodall

Author:Olly Goodall
Date Updated:16th Mar 2021

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