EV charging infrastructure has been the subject of much debate and scrutiny, particularly when it comes to charge point deployment in rural and less populated regions. Critics argue that networks often prioritise installation in cities and highly populated areas, leaving rural communities with limited access to charging infrastructure. As the demand for charging infrastructure grows, there are increasing opportunities for commercialising agricultural land through EV charging stations.
Landowners can install EV charging stations on their property and offer them for public use. This can attract EV drivers to the area, providing potential customers for their products and services. Here