In 2021, EVA England joined representatives of Electric Vehicle Drivers’ Associations from a range of European countries and headed to the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow to call for much faster transport decarbonisation globally fuelled by renewable energy.

EV drivers called for all new cars and light duty vans sold in the 28 countries (44 EV drivers’ associations) represented in the Global EV Drivers’ Alliance (GEVA) to have a plug by 2030, and to be fully zero emission by 2035 at the latest.

A rapid shift to zero emission electric transport is currently being achieved in many countries, and can be accelerated through supportive policies.

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