The market for Electric Vehicles (EVs) is still immature - for one thing, there is a distinct lack of objective data, and there are still many barriers to overcome before the market tips toward significantly lower production costs or widespread acceptance.
According to figures from the Society of Motor Transport Manufacturers and Traders, only 60 electric vehicles were registered for on-the-road use last year, but with electric models expected from all van manufacturers within the next three years, now could be the time to start thinking about going green.
Yes, electric blue skies may be distant – but we can see them from here. Charging Ahead? The Commercial Motor Guide to the Electric Vehicle Market 2011, our FREE guide will give you an insight into what the industry is saying about using electric vehicles, and what is and isn’t working for them.
This year has seen the first stirrings of a proper OEM-led market, and indicators that price and payload are swinging (albeit like a reluctant compass) towards the expectations of transport operators.
Charging Ahead? The Commercial Motor Guide to the Electric Vehicle Market 2011 will give you an insight into what the industry is saying about using electric vehicles, and what their plans are for the short and long term.
- The market (an overview)
- Operational challenges
- Residual values
- EVs in operation in road transport sectors (local authorities, the telecoms, logistics and parcels sectors)
- Battery choice
- Charging infrastructure
- Range and more!