Association EVI, which connects 16 countries, and is the most active in this area, expects that the total "fleet" of electric vehicles by 2020 reachs 20 million ...
2015 was a turning point for electric cars because their total number in the world for the first time exceeded one million.
At the end of last year was 1.26 million electric cars, recently calculated the International Energy Agency (IEA).
The achievement is important because it reflects the joint efforts of manufacturers who market “bombarded” technological innovations and state that new technologies supported by various forms of subsidies.
In 2014, there was only half the current electric cars, and in 2005 the number was measured in the hundreds, and they were (only) thing enthusiasts.
Electric vehicles of all kinds for many the first choice when it comes to sustainable transport system of the future. They correspond to the needs of more people for all kinds of transport, but also energy-efficient and environmentally friendly.
This means that future cars should have better energy efficiency, above all, to use the energy that does not burden the environment with emission of greenhouse gases.
Today, the process went so far that the increasing use of electric vehicles (especially passenger cars as well as bikes and trucks) included in all models, with which they want to achieve so-called sustainability targets.
Association EVI, which connects 16 countries, the most active in this area, for example, expected to total “fleet” of electric vehicles by 2020 to reach 20 million.