A leading organisation in the world of green motoring has claimed that creating stations where customers can pay as they go to charge their electric vehicles is the way to get more customers to change to green transport. Elektromotive have welcomed the recent announcement that that a network of privately funded charging points will be created right across Britain within the next 12 months.
It predicts that with the introduction of these 4000 charging points in British towns the confidence will grow amongst consumers regarding this kind of transport. Elektromotive’s MD, Calvey Taylor-Haw says that the announcement about the new charging points is a very positive step towards more people changing to electric vehicles, and promises a much greener future.
He added that for the automobile industry to seriously convince motorists that electric vehicles are a viable option as a means of every day transport, this type of privately operated scheme is vital, not just now but also in the future. The electric vehicle manager for the Mitsubishi UK is Alistair Rhead, and he has highlighted recently that the cost effectiveness of electric cars is a key point in getting more drivers to turn green.