Research conducted by Recurrent Auto has shown that the rate of E.V adoption is accelerating much faster than expected in America, soaring past previous expectations. The reports are reflective of an increase in demand, with a 32% percent increase in the last four years, from 21% to 53%.
By 2025, 2030 and 2035, global EV adoption is set to multiply, with the report suggesting that 'market adoption is happening faster than any moment in the past'. In 2018, there was an estimated one million electric vehicles on the roads in America, with that figure set to substantially increase in the coming years. Unlike petrol and diesel cars, EV's don't emit any emissions, such as CO2 and methane. Both of these gases contribute to global warming.
This is encouraging news, an electric vehicles will help to cut down on greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to climate change and global warming. By 2030, it is predicted that there will be an estimated 4 million electric vehicles in the state of California alone.
Meanwhile in the UK, oil and gas company, Shell, is planning to install 50,000 electric vehicle charging stations by 2025. It is hoped that this will help to increase the adoption of electric vehicles in the country.