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Battery projects Europe July 2022

Until recently, Europe did not play a significant role as a manufacturing destination for battery cells, but technological progress and stability, as well as attractive political framework circumstances, are making Europe increasingly appealing as a new marketplace for battery production.

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August update
Global market Shares by Battery Maker H1 2022

Global market shares battery makers H1 2022

A surge in China's electric vehicle sector has resulted in rapid developments for the country's battery manufacturers. SK On and SDI grew by 124% and 50%, respectively, while LGES and Panasonic saw their growth rate stagnate.

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August update

Comparison of the fast charging capability of EVs

For the third time, the P3 Charging Index compares the real and practical charging performance of electric vehicles. Moreover, vehicles are divided into three categories – luxury, premium and compact class - considering their maximum and average charging performance, paired with overall efficiency. These metrics are then normalized to a practical and realistic use case.
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August update

Highest charging density in European cities

Uswitch conducted a study on 31 European capital cities to determine which cities had the highest density of public EV charge points.

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August update

Making zero-emissions trucking possible

This report, composed by the Mission Possible Partnership, provides ten critical insights to forge a path to a zero-emissions future for the heavy-duty trucking sector. The main road to decarbonising trucking will be developing and using new vehicles and drivetrains: battery electric trucks (BETs) and hydrogen electric trucks (HETs), powered with fuel cells. To achieve net zero by 2050...
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August update

H1 West European electric passenger car market

Mention the auto industry nowadays, and a relatively young-looking Californian electric car manufacturer will surely be heard. Present on the European market for a decade with a genuine own creation, the Model S (although it shared Mercedes parts thanks to its then shareholder) got the ball rolling.

Matthias Schmidt

European Automotive Market Analyst @ Schmidt Automotive Research
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Solid state batteries can reduce carbon footprint

Battery manufacturers forecast that solid state batteries will be used in EVs in the second half of the decade, according to the latest study from transport & environment.

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Chinese EV market is expected to have a 25 sales share

Chinese EV market is expected to have a 25% sales share

The appetite for EVs is soaring, according to global surveys. The Chinese EV market is growing particularly rapidly. With 3.3 million EVs sold in 2021.

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EV market growth in Europe Q2 2022

Registrations of BEVs in the EU increased by 11%

Registrations of battery electric vehicles (BEV) in the EU increased by 11% in Q2 of 2022, reaching a total of 233,413 units sold.

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Traton entered joint venture with Volvo and Daimler

Traton has entered a joint venture agreement with Volvo Group and Daimler Truck. Together they plan on creating an Europe-wide charging infrastructure for electrified goods transport.

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BETs will require 1.4 million to 1.8 million 100kW chargers

Electric trucks will require 1.8 million 100kW chargers

By 2030 battery electric trucks (BETs) will require 1.4 million to 1.8 million slow charges (100kW), as well as 400,000 to 700,000 public high-speed chargers (500kW).

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Carmakers invest up to 526 Billion through 2026

Carmakers invest up to $526 Billion through 2026

Investments by traditional car OEM’s to boost electrification and fade out ICE increased dramatically the past 2 years. According to Bloomberg, carmakers invest up to $526 Billion through 2026 which is more than double the amount they mapped out back in 2020.

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