Electric vehicles (EV), with an average cost of $65,000 in the U.S., may be an easy sell to Silicon Valley. But for the economically disenfranchised—whether in the Bronx or Bangalore—EV ownership is simply out of reach. What’s more, when you consider the environmental conditions of these locations—many featuring the worst air pollution on Earth—you understand these residents would most benefit from the change from gas-powered to EVs. A major challenge for EV adoption is justifying its total cost of ownership (TCO) and educating people on recognizing the advantages of EVs while understanding the balance between price and performance.
Watch fascinating leaders of the electrification ecosystem as they uncover the challenges and solutions to help improve the cost of EV ownership. Get thought-provoking insights from Chirag Patel, Director of Electrification Software and Ecosystems, Analog Devices.
- Chirag Patel, Director of Electrification Software and Ecosystems, Analog Devices
- Richard Colley, VP of Public Policy & Regulatory Affairs, Arrival
- Erik Severinson, Head of Industrial Strategy, Volvo Cars
- Moderator: Asif Anwar, Director, Strategy Analytics
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