Drax don’t think they should be. The environmental benefits of EVs have been clear for some time – they help reduce carbon emissions and help businesses meet their sustainability goals.
At the same time, the business case for EVs is becoming ever harder to argue against. Running costs can be as low as 1p per mile, with petrol and diesel vehicles costing between 8 and 10p per mile. They also incur reduced National Insurance Contributions for businesses.
The one factor that was believed to stand in the way of choosing EVs – range – is rapidly becoming less and less important.
This change is thanks to advances in technology, rapidly falling costs and massively greater investment.
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