Electric vehicles: reaching net zero

In our latest podcast, Retail Manager Anna Moss, came together from different locations with Analyst, Katie Hickford and Senior Consulting Analyst, Jacob Briggs, to take a step back and ask some big questions around decarbonising road transport. What do we need to do to achieve net zero? Where are we now, and how do we make it to 2050?

On the way, our experts pick over the latest data and projections from industry, ask whether electric vehicle range (and experience) anxiety is still a challenge. They check in on progress towards smart and vehicle-to-grid charging, and consider some of the policy and regulatory changes that could help get us to net zero.

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