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Survey SME vehicle usage and making the switch to electric vehicles

Posted on in Business News , Cycles News

Survey iconRicardo Energy & Environment and UK Power Networks are running a survey to understand how best to support SMEs that may be looking to invest in their first electric vehicle, or to switch their commercial fleet to electric.

This survey is intended for small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs).

Complete the survey about how you use vehicles as part of your business operations and your views on making the switch to electric vehicles, and be in with a chance to win up to £250 in shopping vouchers or make an equivalent value charitable donation, out of a total prize pot of £4,000!

Responses are welcome from all SMEs even if they do not currently have any vehicles, or have no plans to switch to electric vehicles.

 

Survey background

Ricardo Energy & Environment and UK Power Networks are running this survey to understand how best to support SMEs that may be looking to invest in their first electric vehicle, or to switch their commercial fleet to electric.

 

Research purpose

As the UK Government has just announced their plans to end sales of petrol and diesel cars and vans by 2030 and for all new cars and vans to be fully zero emission at the tailpipe from 2035, UK Power Networks wants to ensure that SMEs are not left behind in getting the charging infrastructure they need to fulfil their business needs.

 

Enter the prize draw

To say thank you for your time, we would like to invite you to enter a prize draw for a chance to win a prize. A total of £4,000 worth of One4all shopping vouchers are up for grabs comprising:

£250 shopping vouchers (4 available)
£100 shopping vouchers (10 available)
£50 shopping vouchers (20 available)
£20 shopping vouchers (50 available)

Alternatively, a charitable donation of equivalent value can be made on winners' behalf.

Terms and conditions apply. To enter the prize draw you will be invited to provide your contact details at the end of this survey.

Most people will take 10-15 minutes to complete the survey. You can end the survey at any time or click 'save and continue' at the top of the page to come back to it later.

The survey will be open until 21 December 2020.

 

Confidentiality and data protection

Any personal information you provide will only be used for the purpose of contacting you in the event that you have indicated you would like to be involved in further research or you are a winner in the prize draw. Your information will not be shared with any third parties.

Responses will not be published. Your responses will be shared with UK Power Networks in aggregated form. You will not be individually identified.

For more information concerning data handling and privacy, and your personal data, please see our privacy statement HERE.

 

Contact

If you require any more information, please contact SMEsurvey@ricardo.com.

 

To take the survey click here.

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