January 19th, 2020 | by Sponsored Content
In the summer of 2019, Volta partnered with CleanTechnica to conduct an international survey about electric vehicle drivers (and non-EV drivers). The survey gathered almost 10,000 responses across the US and Europe/UK.
The substantial amount of data we were able to gather (thanks to you, CleanTechnica readers!) is invaluable and gives us a glimpse into the frontline of the electric vehicle revolution. To read more about the survey data and what our research found, you can see the preview and full report here.
In the article below, the Volta team summarized some of the data that was most interesting to their company
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