Romania holds 20th place on the list based on the readiness index of European countries in terms of electric vehicle revolution, better than Slovakia (21) and Czech Republic (22), but under Greece (17), Spain (18), and Poland (19). This conclusion comes from the latest findings of LeasePlan’s 2021 Readiness Index. Europe seems more ready than ever for the electric vehicle revolution, despite lagging charging infrastructure, according to Business-Review.eu.
For conducting this year’s survey, LeasePlan took into account three basic factors:
- The electric vehicle registrations
- The maturity of electric vehicle infrastructure
- Government incentives in each European country
A total of 22 countries are included in LeasePlan’s list for 2021.
The Netherlands, Norway, and United Kingdom are now the best-prepared countries in Europe for the electric vehicle transition. The same three countries occupied the top spots last year.
Electrification is proceeding unevenly across Europe. Romania, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic have the lowest scores, indicating the regional disparity between Western and Eastern Europe.
Across Europe, there was a 43% increase in public charging stations with almost 260,000 public stations.
Overall, the charging infrastructure scores the lowest points of all categories, highlighting the need for faster development of public charging infrastructure in Europe.
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