There are over 10 million passenger electric vehicles (EVs) on the road today. That number is expected to rise dramatically, up to 145 million by 2030.
Growing customer demand and market penetration aren’t the only factors driving the increasing numbers of electric vehicles (EVs) across the world. EVs charging faster and driving further is encouraging governments in many countries to incentivize the production and adoption of EVs.
Every year, clean technologies like battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and compressed natural gas (CNG) push the transportation industry further into what feels like a sci-fi future. Industry giants like Tesla lead the way in advancing these innovations in the consumer market, but implementation of clean fuels, energy and vehicles within the medium and heavy-duty fleet sectors is growing as well.