A continued weaker oil price could hinder progress of the electric vehicle revolution, as the costs of investment become unattractive, a panel discussion said Wednesday.  Speaking at the annual Mines & Money conference in London, Grant Williams, founder Things that make you go Hmmm, said he didn’t believe that EV early adoption would be as rapid as some were forecasting, and that would be further slowed by the low oil price. Williams said that there remained “massive” infrastructure issues for EVs to be really successful. “I’m getting the feeling it’s going to happen a lot slower than people think,” he said. The oil price has come off around 30% over the past seven-weeks, to trade around $60/b. EV and battery technology were hot topics during the four-day event, with a wide spectrum of outlooks. The […]