In some respects the numbers seem pretty insignificant, but the precedent is a real positive one. The people see electric vehicles, jump in an electric black cab or Uber, the more normalised Ev's become. The more conversations are had and the more people hopefully tempted to test drive a PHEV or BEV.

Of course it is also significant that the grid improvements happen, both as a test-bed for future upgrades and other cities, and also so that the subject of infrastructure, and the need to rapidly improve, decentralise and use energy storage becomes better known and understood.