Simultaneously with the use of electricity in transport, more and more people are hearing about the concept of e-mobility. But what does
this concept mean? Just a trendy phrase, or is there content behind it?
E-mobility, as a concept, is a complex and global movement to replace the hitherto hydrocarbon-based fuels of motor vehicles with electricity.
Of course, the successful implementation of the change means an extremely wide range of actions. It covers in particular the automotive industry,
fuel manufacturers, researchers, governments and transport operators alike.
The large-scale initiative has been supported by the Hungarian government since the mid-2010s;
- use of distinctive license plates,
- aid based on the price of diesel vehicles,
- parking discount.
The task of the actors of e-mobility is, among other things, to continuously and fully inform the population and the participants in transport.
And those who drive electric vehicles need to be taught to use electric car chargers, to be polite.
The globalization of the emobility service (similar to car driving so far) raises the issue of the electric car as a general means of
transportation, raising many unresolved issues. One of the most important of these is the standardization of batteries, the replacement of batteries
at "fuel wells", and so on. The movement also has to contend with opinions other than those that prefer emobility.