We’ve just updated our EVs in NI page with the latest Department for Transport figures.
While they show NI has now broken through the 3,000 barrier, it’s dissapointing to see that 2019 was the first year where figures fell year on year (579 in 2019 vs 589 in 2018).
This seems strange as there were a raft of new EVs that became available in 2019, albeit many of them with constrained availability.
With the world wide car market currently in disarray, what will 2020 hold for EV sales in Northern Ireland? Perhaps the global pandemic will refocus people’s thoughts on the environment, walking, cycling and electric cars.