The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMTS) has called for a Government incentives and binding charge point infrastructure commitments to boost electric vehicle take-up on the ‘Road to Zero’.
With the UK government considering whether to bring forward a ban on the sale of petrol, diesel and hybrid cars to 2032, Ana Ramirez Aguirrezabala, international head of auto at market research company Simpson Carpenter, argues that the UK’s political leaders need to do more to persuade consumers to give electric vehicles (EV) a try.
Car dealers looking to capitalise on the electric vehicle (EV) evolution need to educate sales teams and install charging infrastructure on their forecourts, according to Kevin Pugh, who heads up EV charging specialist Tritium in the UK and Ireland.
Franchised car retailers have a role to play in disproving the challenges of electric vehicle (EV) adoption if consumers are to wholeheartedly adopt new AFV technology, writes Mike Morris, chief executive of Nexus Infrastructure and its subsidiary eSmart Networks.
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