Our first webinar in the exciting new Fleets in Charge series focused on what the year ahead will bring for electric vehicles.
The government may be fast tracking it’s targets for take up but as businesses continue to battle the challenges presented by Covid-19 and EU Exit as well as changes to supply and demand, what can we really expect to be able to achieve this year?
During this hour-long webinar, we heard from Phil Killingley from OZEZ who offered insights on the government’s work including the latest updates since the ICE phase out date was announced, Mike Potter from Drive Electric shared their BEV forecasts for the year, followed by an expert panel discussion with Fiona Howarth from Octopus EV, James Taylor from Zipcar, Paul Kirby from Autorama and Scott Jenkins from Autohorn who debated all things electrification for 2021.
Join us online at our next Fleets in Charge event: Supplying 2030, 28 April at 9am.
By 2030 the sale of new petrol and diesel vehicles will be banned. Yet, last year, only around 1 in 10 new car sales had some level of zero emission running capability and could be plugged in. Although this represents a dramatic increase on previous years, there is clearly still a long way to go before 2030.
- What are manufacturers planning to help us reach the 2030 target?
- What is the Government’s blueprint for getting us there?
- What are the supply challenges fleets are facing as they look to increase their own EV representation?