By Natalie Middleton
Governments and cities are being warned not to focus solely on the eco benefits of electric vehicles as latest research finds hybrids could provide the most effective means of reducing CO2 in the immediate term.
According to Emissions Analytics, a focus on battery electric vehicles is crowding out a more effective program of mass hybridization based on available resources.
“Put another way, given the urgency of the need to reduce CO2, paradoxically BEVs may not be the best way to achieve it with their supply chain, production capacity, infrastructure and customer acceptance challenge,” the firm says.
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