Just 4% of home chargers would need to be shared publicly to bridge a public infrastructure gap for EVs, according to new estimates by Dodona Analytics.
Low-income voters who are reluctant to pay for charging at public points could halt mass adoption of EVs, according to the Social Market Foundation.
The CMA is narrowing its focus on ultra-rapid chargers and on-street charging as part of its investigation into the electric vehicle infrastructure.
Birmingham City Council will start its roll out of an initial network of 394 fast and rapid electric vehicle chargers this month.
Frank Muehlon, ABB head of e-mobility infrastructure solutions for ABB, believes commercially available electric vehicle chargers up to 800 volts will be available within the next two years.
The Government has pledged £500 million over the next five years to support the rollout of a fast charging network for plug-in vehicles.