30 Sep '17, 4pm

51% Of British Motorists Expect To Be Motoring In An Electric Vehicle Within 5 Years

He added: “This survey confirms what we already suspected — that Britain has woken up to the benefits of electric driving. The industry needs to wake up fast. There are already 110,000 plug-in cars across the country, but as technology and infrastructure improvements over the next few years and more manufacturers enter the marketplace offering more choice to consumers, we expect to see a transformation in the number of EVs on Britain’s roads.”

Full article: https://cleantechnica.com/2017/09/30/51-british-motorists...

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