The usage of electric vehicles to help curb the scourge that is air pollution has gained momentum over the years. We are now seeing the drastic change from fossil fuel cars to electric vehicles as a sustainable way of doing business. The most valuable car manufacturing company at the moment produces electric vehicles – Tesla.  People are now aware of the damage these fossil fuels are causing and they are already making changes. They are now moving from the primitive ways of transportation to a cleaner and more cost-effective way. No one is worried about profit margins after seeing Tesla’s market cap. A new way of doing things is even more profitable. This is good for both the economy and the environment. Sustainable business practices could not be more alluring.

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Do your research before exploring the usage of electric vehicles. It is always best to know a product before buying it. To help you on that visit Octopus Electric vehicles. They will help you get what resonates with you. Then, after buying your car, search for charging areas. For tips on where to charge, use Martin Lewis’ handy tip of finding charging points in the United Kingdom.

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Driving Ethically: Understanding the sustainability of electric cars

Our guide covers how electric vehicles impact the planet:

  • How cars affect the environment with polluting gases, like carbon dioxide and nitrogen.
  • How electric vehicles can lower emissions in the automotive industry.
  • The history of electric cars.
  • Future challenges for electric car uptake.
  • Tips for buying and owning your electric car responsibly.

We delve into key insights like:

  • People are willing to put their money where their mouth is. 57% of consumers are willing to change their purchasing habits to help reduce negative environmental impact.
  • The shift to electric vehicles would cut the overall lifetime Greenhouse Gas footprint by about 37% for passenger vehicles, while reducing the operating footprint by 75%.
  • Electric vehicle usage is only rising. In 2010, there were only 17,000 electric cars on the road around the world. By 2019, that number had grown to 7.2 million.
  • For the 53% of drivers that aren’t considering an electric vehicle, the most common reason is a lack of public charging points (69%).

Author: Clarke Simmons