08 October 2020 | David Young
Two years after the BVRLA launched its ambitious 'Plug-in Pledge' - promising to increase uptake of electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles - the association has published updated figures
In July 2018, the BVRLA launched its first 'Plug-in Pledge'. It said that the vehicle rental, leasing and fleet industry's combined battery electric and plug-in hybrid vehicle fleet size would jump from 50,000 to 720,000 by 2025. By that time, the vehicle rental, leasing and fleet sectors would be buying 300,000 plug-in vehicles per year.
Two years on, and the pace of road transport decarbonisation has accelerated. The BVRLA therefore revisited the Plug-in Pledge, working with Frost and Sullivan, a global market intelligence, thought leadership consultancy operating in the personal and freight mobility industry, to create a new forecast. The 2020 Plug-in Pledge now says:
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