Plug-In Vehicles, Plugged in Policy?

Plug-In Vehicles, Plugged in Policy?

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Consumer demand for plug-in vehicles remains very low and the Government grant to encourage demand may not be proving effective. The Government must do more to show that its plug-in vehicle strategy is a good use of public money. Carbon emissions from transport must be reduced if the UK is to meet its climate change targets, but public money must be targeted on effective policies. So far, Department for Transport expenditure on plug-in cars - some Ap11 million - has benefited just a handful of motorists. There is a risk that the Government is basically subsidising second cars for affluent households. It is also unclear whether the provision of public charging infrastructure encourages demand for plug-in cars. Indeed, the Government does not even have a register of all the chargepoints installed at public expense4.2 Hybrid Technology 4.21 Toyotaa#39;s sophisticated full hybrid system delivers maximum fuel efficiency and is engineered to automatically ... The battery never needs manual charging as it is recharged automatically by regenerative breaking or power from the petrol engine. ... hybrids in Europe by end 2013, and have a target of 20% hybrid sales by 2013 in Europe. ... Together with our current generation Prius and Auris hybrid models we are expanding our range in the UK with theanbsp;...

Title:Plug-In Vehicles, Plugged in Policy?
Author:Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Transport Committee
Publisher:The Stationery Office - 2012-09-20


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