Legal framework for recharging infrastructures
The need to install new recharging infrastructures is clearly revealed by the global context, in which the diffusion of electric vehicles is at the same time advantageous, necessary and inevitable.
It is surely convenient for people considering the “E-Mobility Revolution” an incredible opportunity of innovation, a paradigm shift for transport sector which for decades is following established rules and is now seeing the opportunity to revise the rules of the game starting from how utilizing the means of transport, untill the wide range of development for the new electric vehicles design.
Such revolution is also necessary considering that urban centres are looking for a new quality of life, getting free from direct emissions of vehicles equipped with an internal combustion engine and are proposing new models of transport economics making urban transports efficient and effective through the new vehicles: noiseless, emission-free, efficient, smart and possible shared.
This historic change, which is part of the development plans of car manufacturers, has become inevitable because the above mentionned principles have been accepted and promoted by the institutions; they converted them in a legislative framework imposing, in addition to a limitation of pollutant emissions, an important diffusion of recharging infrastructures.