News: Electric Vehicle Survey

Posted on 13th March 2019

It is the Government’s ambition for at least half of new cars to be ultra-low emission by 2030, and all vehicles to have zero emissions by 2050, but what does that mean for West Sussex businesses?

From Friday 8th March to Friday 10th May 2019, West Sussex County Council is conducting an online survey to gather businesses thoughts on electric vehicles and charging points to help inform and shape its strategy.  The survey consists of 6 questions and will help to give the council a flavour of what local businesses currently think about electric vehicles and charging infrastructure.

You can take part in the initial survey by visiting the Have Your Say website.

 

 

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