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Business as unusual: Re-imagining company cars and fleets in the new era of work

By |2020-08-03T11:43:38+01:00August 3rd, 2020|News|

Benefit schemes meant to attract employees such as communal kitchens and canteens will become anathema, while others may not make sense for a business’ bottom line. The company car, once a desirable perk, may soon become a memory with fewer employees commuting and flexible home-work options becoming more common and even permanent. 

What does the future hold for EV charging?

By |2018-11-22T11:05:54+00:00November 22nd, 2018|Guest blog|

There’s general consensus in the automotive industry that the future is electric. However, there’s not much agreement on what that future actually looks like. I thought it would be interesting to dig into some of the existing proposals and plans to make a prediction on the future of EV charging. In this article, I look at three different points: battery-based [...]

What does the future hold for EV charging?

By |2020-02-20T17:20:58+00:00October 16th, 2018|Electric Vehicles, EV market background|

THERE'S general consensus in the automotive industry that the future is electric. However, there’s not much agreement on what that future actually looks like. I thought it would be interesting to dig into some of the existing proposals and plans to make a prediction on the future of EV charging. In this article, I look at three different points: battery-based [...]

Will 2018 be the end of the ICE Age? Unique electric vehicle buyer insight

By |2018-03-15T21:35:03+00:00January 17th, 2018|Industry Insight, Industry Intelligence, Latest news|

SOPHUS3’s new whitepaper - “The end of the ICE age? Digital insights into the electric vehicle buyer” - delivers a unique level of insight and analysis into 2017’s electric vehicle (EV) buyer trends, and predictions for 2018’s EV market. It is authoritative with the source Europe’s only automotive technology company analysing website activity on behalf of virtually all European car brands (OEMs) [...]

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