Electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure has nearly doubled from late 2019 to early 2022, with over 120,000 charging stations installed. And this “Wild West” of growth will continue, as EVs themselves move from 2% of new vehicle sales to 10% in just a few months in 2021.
There’s no longer a debate about the approaching EV tsunami. But each of those new cars isn’t just electric; it’s a connected digital second “space” for urban citizens. How will EVs change the way cities need to look at infrastructure? How will it change the way it sees and transacts with its residents and visitors? What are the new best practices to capture the multiple benefits of these new relationships between tech and people? Listen in to hear the answers to these questions and more in our seventh webinar.