Totally disagree that the A9 is well served. It is not. It needs a proper hub in Pitlochry (rather than the two existing rapids), one in Aviemore and a big one in Inverness. There are only Three Rapids in Inverness, of which only one is reliable.There have been plans for a hub in Inverness City centre at the Rose St Car park, but there has been no progress on that for over a year. Similar plans for Perth which have had no movement for over Two years.Sounds like Transport Scotland Logic. Build a massive hub and then 20miles away build an even bigger one. I say Aviemore is a prime location for a charging hub bigger than the existing single post. From Perth hub to Aviemore is about 85miles, in summer that's just doable in a 22kWh car (if your stuck with the trucks trundling along at 50mph) and in winter its about the sensible max for a 40+kWh car. And with Pitlochry and some other smaller sites the A9 is then fairly well served.
I also think we need a big hub on the A1, Torness area seems the most sensible. I remember they added a couple of rolec 7kW posts, pointless. A superhub 150+ kW chargers should be there really.
It is good to see companies like Engenie taking up the initiative and putting chargers in at Ballinluig.But the A9 needs a lot more north of Perth.
Simply not good enough.