Moving to Electric-Only Vehicles by 2030: A Realistic Challenge?
Join us to explore the policies and hear more from experts and solutions providers working towards this target.
The low carbon mobility sector – and electric vehicles in particular – has seen rapid advancements in new technology, infrastructure and innovation, creating enormous opportunities in the coming decade.
The UK Government announcement that sales of new petrol and diesel cars will end by 2030 has accelerated the requirement for all organisations and individuals to plan for a low carbon transport future.
As part of the Ten Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution, the UK Government has set a new goal of banning sales of conventional fossil fuel vehicle by 2030 and only allowing zero-emission vehicles from 2035. The plan includes investment into public and at home charging infrastructure and electric vehicle incentives. Is this enough and do we have the solutions to make this huge switch?