New year resolutions: breathe better and reduce mortality caused by pollution?

2016 has arrived and with it, two classic and unavoidable issues for this time of year: an additional few kilos on the waistline, hips and thighs and the firm resolve to undertake many new year’s resolutions such as eating better and healthier food, doing more physical exercise, giving up smoking, learning languages, reducing alcohol consumption in form of beer or devoting more time to the family. As Bart Simpson says: “I can’t promise I’ll try but I’ll try to try”.

The arrival of a new year also gives me the opportunity to offer a summary of what has been achieved over the past 365 days and with that aim, to identify, or at least attempt to identify, objectives that improve what has been done badly or simply, not done at all.

Analyses can be based on different perspectives or cover several topics, however this article will focus on what concerns the objectives of AEDIVE or, in other words, electric mobility. Read more…

Arturo Pérez de Lucia. Managing Director of AEDIVE,
The Business Association for the Boosting and Development of the EV Market

Article published in: FuturENERGY December 2015