EVA believes that the fragmented network of charging points will be obsolete within ten years. By then, city dwellers will not own cars as they do today, nor will they charge by their homes during peak hours. Instead, they will share driverless electric vehicles as a service.
Due to fast growth of electrically powered vehicles, the need for nearby charging facilities has gone up dramatically. To match this demand, the available charging points must triple.
Our city planners address this challenge by installing near-home charging network, tearing up and blocking roads in the busiest locations.
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