Ownership of electric cars in Wales has risen over 72% in the last year but that’s way behind most of the UK regions.
Wales has settled in ninth in a list of the top dozen areas in DVLA data compiled by LeaseLoco.
In 2020 there were 2,696 electric vehicles registered at the Morriston centre and last year it went up to 4,641, a rise of 72.1%, just behind the East Midlands for growth but ahead of London.
Fastest growth in evs was seen in the North West, with 21,993 vehicles logged a dramatic 214% escalation but in the West Midlands it was just a 45.2% increase to 16,888 vehicles.
Rural Scotland did much better than Wales with a 96.7% jump to 14,808 and Northern Ireland was not far behind with 2,549 evs this year a 83.4% increase.
The take up of cars reflects the wealth of areas and their network of charging stations.