So key, in fact, that some countries have begun to impose future deadlines prohibiting the sale of internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles—a very strong signal for the adoption of electric vehicles (EVs). This is a significant gap that could potentially slow down the rate of EV adoption needed to meet net-zero targets. Key factors like charge point availability, reliability, EV and energy costs, network connectivity and digital experience are considerations impacting EV adoption. Now, take into consideration that none of the executives surveyed believed that ICE cars will be sold after 2040. While interest and demand continue to grow, 57% of surveyed consumers cited lack of public charge stations as the top concern.