Pixie Chart of the week | Range of incentives can stimulate EV purchases

On 16 February, CleanTechnica posted a chapter from its latest electric vehicle (EV) driver report Electric Car Drivers: Demands, Desires & Dreams.

The chapter focuses on what incentives can stimulate uptake of EVs in North America and Europe for four customer groups: Non-Tesla EV driver, Tesla drivers, Plug-in hybrid EV (PHEV) drivers and non-EV drivers. In this Chart of the Week, we have focused on the latter two customer groups

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