In 2040 the Indonesian government plans to ban the sale of fossil-fueled vehicles. To realize this plan, the government began to campaign for electric vehicles as an alternative mode of transportation. there are currently three types of electric vehicles on the market, namely hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and full battery. The government plans to focus on adopting hybrid and plug-in hybrid vehicles. This transition effort is important to begin considering the transportation sector as the second largest source of carbon dioxide emissions after  electricity generation. Based on Solidiance's findings, more than eighty percent of electric vehicle users prefer to charge the battery at home. The findings are also supported by other research from Nissan which states that 61 percent of people view the function of refilling at home as a major advantage of electric vehicles. This article is in Bahasa Indonesia.

Source: https://id.techinasia.com/kendaraan-listrik-indonesia


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