Why what’s best adds up to zero.

I cannot say today’s  National Clean Air Day had much effect on the usual London Road queues into the centre of Bath.

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We were supposed to make an effort to find an alternative way into work – like bus, bicycle or simply walking – to show our concern for the environment.

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Concerned residents weren’t exactly flocking to the local authority’s comprehensive – if budget conscious –  pop-up event in Kingsmead Square either. Set up in a space behind the ever-familiar fruit and veg stall.

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Earnest and sincere individuals were there a plenty – pointing out such things as the value of a bike, car sharing and directing people towards a display of a battery-powered motor-bike, bicycles and even a lorry.

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It’s going to take – God forbid – another war in the Gulf and petrol at £20 a litre – to make most of us sit up and listen but Dan Griffin is so convinced that battery-powered vehicles have a future that next year – 2020 – he is organising EVXpo Live, an exciting electric vehicle and transport event at the Royal Crescent from May 29th to the 3lst.

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The TEVVA truck on display.

Today’s display of a  battery-powered truck – manufactured by Tevva Motors – is a good example – he thinks – of what is to come.

Find out more via www.evxpo.live