From STV today
Almost 8,000 faults have been reported at car charging points across the country in a single year, new figures show.
Between November 2021 and October of this year, 7,977 faults were reported across the network of more than 2,400 charging points for electric vehicles.
But the Scottish Government stressed that most faults last for a short time, with 90% fixed within two days, some of which can be done remotely by the agency tasked with the running of the network, ChargePlace Scotland.
Scottish Tory MSP Maurice Golden – who obtained the figures through a parliamentary question to transport minister Jenny Gilruth – said the network had been “appallingly served” by the Government.https://news.stv.tv/scotland/almost-8000-faults-at-electric-car-charging-points-recorded-in-one-year-across-scotland
8 000? Wow! That’s a big number ya got there boy!
Or is it?
2 400 times 365 days a year, 876 000 days on which there might be a failure.
90% fixed within 2 days so, being kind to the boy, averaging 1 day per breakdown incident.
So, breakdowns on any one day, typically, in no more than 0.09% of them. 99.1% working at any one time.
Sheesh! Is he nasty or just dumb as?