Intelligent Transport spoke with Marcus Vass, Partner at Osborne Clarke, to understand how China’s electric vehicle market moved so far ahead of Europe’s, how the west can work smarter with infrastructure and data to catch up, and how China’s insular transport market could make it an industry leader in new…
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Intelligent Transport's Eve De Clerk spoke to Edward Barratt, partner at international legal practice Osborne Clarke, about next-generation connectivity and the potential it has to transform transport and mobility.
Electric vehicles (EVs) are said to cost 23 per cent less to service and maintain than petrol models over three years/60,000 miles. Yet there are still key hurdles to overcome before we move to a full-scale EV deployment, says the team at Osborne Clarke.
Amy Stray and Deborah Harvey, energy experts at Osborne Clarke, discuss the regulatory process for the future of mobility, including autonomous vehicles.
Deborah Harvey and Amy Stray from Osborne Clarke examine the role that electric vehicles (EVs) are taking in the current digital revolution and some of the legal issues created by the EV landscape which will need to be addressed…