14 Apr 2021

Powering the UK's electric vehicle revolution | Hitachi

Digitally Enlightened series

Powering the UK's electric vehicle revolution

The UK government plans to end the sale of all new petrol and diesel cars by 2030. To do this, rapid investment in infrastructure for electric vehicles is needed. Hitachi uses digital technology to track the charging activity of electric vehicles and identify the infrastructure demands of the future.

Powering the UK's electric vehicle revolution
About Digitally Enlightened

With the pandemic accelerating our collective online shift, digital technologies have been a lifeline for many – allowing us to keep learning, working, and staying connected to what really matters. Amidst the dramatic setback caused by the global crisis, many individual stories of strength and positive innovation have emerged.

“Digitally Enlightened” wants to shed a light on these extraordinary innovators – big and small – that, through the power of digital, are driving our continent forward and helping ensure our future is sustainable and inclusive.

The 13 mini-films making up the “Digitally Enlightened” series have been produced for DIGITALEUROPE by BBC StoryWorks Commercial Productions, the commercial content studio of BBC Global News, in collaboration with DIGITALEUROPE members and partners.

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Digitally Enlightened stories

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Aida Khalilova
Communications Officer
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