Financial assistance is already available to help people buy electric vehicles. But there needs to be more. So said those who took part in the panel discussion “The state of sustainable mobility in Portugal and Europe”. In order to encourage more Portuguese motorists towards e-mobility, more priority should be placed on increasing the range of cars on offer at the lower end, and prices should be brought down to the level of cars with internal combustion engines.
Those days when our public charging network (Mobi.E) was somewhat lacking are definitely over. In 2021 alone it grew by 65%, making Portugal Europe’s fourth-ranking country in terms of stations per 100 kilometres of road.