Originally posted on Chargepoint's Website
Electric mobility has been a hot topic as part of the solution to the global pollution problem.
It seems like every week another auto manufacturer pledges to go all-electric as governments pass stricter climate change legislation and emission targets.
The government of Canada has stated that by 2035, all new cars and light-duty trucks sold in the country will be zero-emissions vehicles.
The Biden administration has released an ambitious plan to electrify the federal fleet, incentivize EV market growth and expand the nation's EV charging network.
Many European countries plan to ban the sale of new vehicles with combustion engines: Norway's ban starts in 2025, followed by Sweden, Denmark, Ireland, the Netherlands, and the UK in 2030.
The UK’s Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) changed its name to the Office for Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV), signaling an even deeper commitment to climate action.
Last but not least, incentive and grant programs for the e-mobility sector are soaring around the world to enable the speedy shift to an electric future.
With all that being said, it's simple to understand the value and the importance of electric vehicles to help us combat environmental impacts of greenhouse gas emissions. For a more in-depth read, Autotrader UK has recently put together a resourceful guide to Understanding The Sustainability of Electric Cars.
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