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E-mobility Trends for 2020 - Part 1

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Will 2020 be the year of the electric car? Will we see more range anxiety or experience anxiety? Leading experts from across the industry share their views on the top trends to watch in the fast changing world of electric mobility from electric vehicles, to charging infrastructure, to user experience, to energy. This is part 1 of a not-to-be-missed 2 part special look at the year ahead.

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Matt Chester on Feb 12, 2020 2:38 pm GMT

Will 2020 be the year of the electric car?

It does seem at this point that the market is waiting for some sort of 'trigger' that will set off the more dramatic growth that we've long been waiting for. Not sure that there's a specific catalyst that will come in 2020-- but sooner or later, you have to assume it's coming, right?

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