A consistent long-term strategy is needed if the UK Government is to meet its target of only allowing the sale of zero-emissions new vehicles by 2030s.
So says the Chair of Ford Britain Graham Hoare, who called for a wide partnership to help the UK meet its net zero target.
Citing the example of Norway, which has offered consumers incentives in the past 30 years such as cheaper road tolls, ferry fares and parking prices and has developed a recharging infrastructure, with a density six times per person higher than that in the UK today, he outlined some of the key points of a UK strategy.
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