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EV Market Share To Record 7.3%

The March numbers for new car sales are out and make grim reading for dealers;  total sales down by over 44% YoY.  Diesel cars continue a headlong decent into oblivion with a decline of 64%.

This article on @cleantechnica reports the sole bright spot;   the relentless rise of EVs  (battery EVs and plug in EV hybrids),  making up a record 7.3% of the new car market.

The big increase in pure EVs comes on the back of a move by fleets away from petrol and diesel, no doubt encouraged by zero BIK car tax from 04 April.

Mypower is helping companies generate electricity from their rooftops to charge their fleets and installing chargers to get that electricity into those cars.  Found out how your business can join the transformation to clean transport with cheap solar electricity... contact us

https://cleantechnica.com/2020/04/06/4718-tesla-model-3-sales-in-march-help-push-uk-ev-market-share-to-record-7-3/

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