‘Smooth transition’: Drivers urged to embrace electric cars after 'great progress made'



    The UK Government pledged £21million of new expenditure on EVs, whilst Nissan announced the production of 500,000 LEAF vehicles and Jaguar Land Rover launched their hybrid Defender.

    Paul Holland continued, saying: “However, we must continue to drive innovation and ensure that any barriers to entry are removed well in advance of the 2030 deadline.

    “Accelerating fleet take up of EVs will depend upon a holistic, multi-branded network for customers, but that will only come with collaboration and idea sharing within the industry, so it is key for providers to come together.

    “That’s why, this World EV Day, it is important that fleets, charge point operators and fuel card providers continue the conversation so that we can all be part of the solution to help create a universal network for the UK’s fleets, supporting a smooth transition for UK businesses and drivers.”


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