When is the right time to switch to electric vehicles?

When it comes to mobility, the private sector can have a significant impact on sustainability; over half the cars on the road today belong to corporates. Electric vehicles (EVs) hold the key to What’s next. Although the percentage of electric vehicles in European fleets is still only small, their share is growing fast.

So the question is not if, but when the time is right to switch to EVs. An EV strategy must carefully balance the impact on costs, driver satisfaction and operational processes. This white paper discusses the various factors that affect your EV business case and advises on how to start transitioning to electric mobility.

  1. Tighter emissions regulations for internal combustion engines (ICEs) are moving electric vehicles from a niche to the mainstream.
  2. OEMs are improving the EV offering.
  3. Technological advancements are reducing the TCO for electric vehicles.
  4. Positive driving experience and low taxation are making drivers more open to an EV policy.
  5. It is important to provide the right charging infrastructure for drivers.
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February 19, 2019
 

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