Interview with Greg Archer from Transport and the Environment


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During this recording in mid-April, Robert talks with Greg Archer all about the state of the current affairs with "the thing" and how it affects out every day life. Might this pandemic be the wakeup call we need to save the air quality in the more urban areas of the world? They also talk about the legacy of 'diesel-gate', the HUGE possibilities of EV fleets and how mass manufacturing of batteries will lead to market adoption and lastly, how EV flight will work.

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