ABB E-mobility hasunveiled its new Terra Home charging solution.

Set to go on sale later this year, the Terra Home ushers in the next generation of consumer choice for residential EV charging. The innovative design will enable users to make the best possible use of their renewable energy sources to further reduce their carbon footprint.

It is predicted that by 2040, between 340 and 490 million chargers are needed globally, and that this figure will be dominated by home chargers, representing 82% of all EV charging installations.

To mark the announcement of ABB E-mobility’s new home charging solution, a survey commissioned by the market leader, questioned global drivers on their top priorities for 2023 and beyond. It found that sustainability ranks among their most important motivations. 90% of those surveyed said they felt a personal responsibility to make choices to help protect the planet for future generations.

This was reflected in the 86% of respondents who confirmed that they will be taking action to reduce their travel emissions for the year ahead. Making the switch to an electric car ranked as one of the top eco-friendly changes being considered, alongside reducing private vehicle usage and opting to in-crease the use of public transport.

Speaking on the news, Leon van de Pas, SVP for the Destination charging business line at ABB E-mobility, said: “As we mark the start of yet another pivotal year in our drive to enable a low-carbon society, the survey results demonstrate that drivers are ready and willing to make the journey alongside us.

“Offering unprecedented user choice, the new Terra Home provides the flexibility for an even greater number of people to simply and stylishly embrace the transition to electric mobility.”

With the ability to automatically prioritize electricity from renewable domestic sources, such as solar, ABB E-mobility’s new Terra Home charging solution will particularly appeal to more than half of respondents (54%) who reported that they would be more likely to use an EV if they could ensure the electricity powering it had been generated renewably.