By 2035, the share of sales of electric cars will be about 25% of the total number of new cars sold on the Russian market. This is evidenced by data from the consulting company Boston Consulting Group (BCG).
“If we talk about Russia, then it belongs to the group of countries where a gradual decrease in the share of traditional gasoline and diesel passenger cars in sales from about 97% now to 55% by 2035 is expected. about 25% “, – said Vladislav Butenko, head of the global direction of the” city of the future “BCG.
According to him, the development of a network of charging stations and a reduction in the tax burden for such types of transport will help the spread of electric vehicles in Russia.
“Separately, I would like to note some of the efforts taken at the regional levels. For example, free parking for electric vehicles in Moscow or the planned exemption from the transport tax in Dagestan, Bashkiria, Transbaikalia, the Volgograd region and Sakhalin should be considered and replicated as much as possible throughout the country,” the expert explained.