It seems the Royals now require a couple of charging point for their modern steeds. Prince Charles purchased an electric car last September and Prince Harry’s used a Jaguar-E Type Concept Zero for his royal wedding, but Prince Philip was already onto it when he drove one of the first prototype electric vehicles in the 1970s.
While it has not been made clear what kind of chargers will be used at what capacity, or whether the British royal family intends to supplement their fleet with further EVs, it is clear that Windsor is aiming for the 21st century after their application for planning permission for the pillars to be installed on the cobbled streets outside.
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