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Clean disruption – why the economics of self driving EVs will replace the internal combustion engine private car

Why we recommend watching

In this early 2020 video taken from a speech in North Carolina Tony Seba, an expert and author on clean disruption explains what is necessary for disruption and why self driving electric cars are about to do to carmakers and the oil industry what Apple did to Nokia or Spotify did to CD sales. While the change will be driven by economics the benefits include more money, more land available in cities and a massive reduction in carbon emissions.

Produced by Tony Seba
https://www.youtube.com/user/tonyseba

Caveat– The timings may look optimistic but as a UK Tesla Model 3 owner it seems inevitable self driving cars will be on out roads soon. The key thing is understanding that Tech transition (when it happens) operates on an exponential S curve. Watch the video to see why that makes change happen much quicker than people expect.


David Nicholson

David Nicholson Is the founder of Rivergecko Ltd & MyUrbanCar which provide consultancy and advice for drivers and fleets to speed the transition from dirty fossil fuel transport to clean vehicles powered by renewable energy on land water and air.

The @MyUrbanCar twitter feed is a source of news & reviews of electric & plugin cars and vans in the UK.
The @rivergecko twitter feed & www.myurbancar.com websites bring news and opinion on cleantech transport including cars, vans, buses, trucks, shipping, rail & aviation as well as autonomous vehicles & renewable energy, air pollution & motor industry news.

David Nicholson has worked as an underwriter at Lloyd's of London since the 1980's. His interest in technology goes back many years including interactive mapping, apps, green tech, boats, solar and cars.

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