The electrification of transport could transform our future – if we are prepared for it 

A man walks through a selection of electric and eco-friendly cars at the UK AWARE exhibition at Olympia in London April 18, 2009.  Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer, Alistair Darling is set to deliver the gloomiest budget in a generation on April 22, 2009, as government borrowing soars to a record high and the economy shrinks at its fastest pace since World War 2. . Photograph taken on April 18, 2009.   REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) - LM1E54M0NYE01

By 2040, more than half of new cars sold in the world will be electric. Image: REUTERS/Luke MacGregor

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