Whether you like it or not, we’ll all be driving electric cars sooner rather than later. As this article states, it’s estimated that there’ll be one million electric vehicles on the road by 2023. Charging infrastructure needs to be developed… and quickly!
I feel there’s still a lot to be done with educating the public on how our behaviours will ultimately change, for example, how we fuel our vehicles currently - which is something we take for granted right now don’t you think?
Let’s be honest, there’s a lot of opinions out there about how we are going to transition to electric vehicles and what benefits there will be for the general public and businesses including:
- Reducing emissions
- Increasing air quality
- A way for businesses to meet their CO2 commitments
- The cost to individuals on running their vehicle should reduce!
Delivering information clearly will certainly support this growth, as outlined by the industry experts in this article. Let’s look to a greener future!
How long will it be until you’re driving your electric car?
With an estimated one million electric vehicles on UK roads by 2023 the infrastructure for charging these vehicles will need to be developed quickly. We asked key players in the industry to give their views on what is driving the electric vehicle market and how goals for reduced emissions and increased air quality could be achieved.