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Top 5 Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Technology Solutions Companies in UK - 2022

Automotive production in the UK plummeted by 6.7 percent in 2021, accounting for only 859,575 units of vehicles. Despite the dearth of semiconductors, a critical component of the low and zero-emission segment of the automotive industry, the UK government envisions to halt the sale of new diesel and gasoline cars by 2030, paving the way for innovation in electric and hybrid vehicle technologies. The local government is also mandating cars and vans to have zero tailpipe emissions by the end of 2035, imbuing the market players to develop technologies that will eliminate carbon emissions and improve the carbon neutrality of the industry.

As part of the rising popularity of electric and hybrid vehicles, a record 190,727 new battery-electric cars were registered in the UK in 2021, resulting in the most successful year in the history of electric and hybrid vehicles. It is estimated that more electric and hybrid vehicles will be registered in 2021 than past five years combined. Hence it is evident that the UK will take center stage in developing groundbreaking technologies, supporting the electric and hybrid vehicle domain.

To help organizations and leaders select the best-of-breed vendor companies, Auto Tech Outlook Europe’s distinguished panel comprising CEOs, CIOs, CMOs, and analysts have reviewed and shortlisted a handful of electric and hybrid vehicle technology providers that are at the forefront of innovation in the UK’s automotive arena. These vendors are selected based on the innovative and user-friendly solutions they are rendering to global enterprises, public sector entities, and end-consumers.

We present to you Auto Tech Outlook Europe’s “Top 5 Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Solutions Providers in UK - 2022.”

    Top Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Technology Solutions Companies in UK

  • Urban Electric is a British startup led by one of the most experienced teams in the industry, who previously launched the UK’s first electric car and first public charging network.

  • EO Charging

    EO Charging

    EO stands for ‘Electricity Online’ – they create a vision of designing smart energy technologies for the future. It works to formulate a new charging ecosystem that gives businesses and individuals the power of energy autonomy. At EO, they believe the transition starts with fleets first. That’s why they are focused on creating charging solutions that shift both business and consumer mindsets. They just do not manufacture hardware and provide software, they provide a solution to accelerate the electrification of your fleet, no matter where the customer is on the EV journey

  • EVC


    EVC was founded with the sole purpose to provide and install free EV charging points to the residential, commercial and workplace sectors on a global scale. Having derived from two major industries, sustainable energy and car park management, EVC has the perfect combination of expertise. This has allowed them to develop and provide one with the best possible solution and service for the ever-growing EV charger market. Their team is full of passionate individuals dedicated to renewable energy and providing a sustainable future for generations to come. This passion and dedication is helping them to become one of the market leaders in the EV charging industry

  • Hypervolt


    Hypervolt chargers use the Wi-Fi or Ethernet network to offer a seamless connected experience at no extra cost. Hypervolt chargers are automatically upgraded to the latest firmware over-the-air, allowing you to easily benefit from the latest features. With built in state-of-the-art pen protection, Hypervolt chargers do not require an Earth Rod to be installed. Faster, cheaper, and much safer. They offer a £50 discount to all staff members of the NHS, Social Care workers and Emergency workers, all public sector essential workers, as well as Police, Armed Forces, Royal Air Force and the Royal Navy

  • YASA


    Most of the electrification industry still relies on radial electric motors. Radial motors are based on legacy technology that’s more than 50 years old. As such they offer a limited roadmap to greater efficiencies, limiting vehicle range and dampening consumer adoption of electric vehicles. At YASA, they believe realising the full potential of electrification will require new, more efficient powertrain solutions. Based on next-generation axial-flux technology, they make the world’s most efficient electric powertrain solutions. Their electric motors and controllers deliver the greatest efficiencies and highest power densities in class for the smallest size and weight, opening up dynamic new market opportunities for automotive manufacturers

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