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Battery atlas 2022

This Battery Atlas focuses on six areas, beginning with the situation of the battery cell manufacturers. Currently, many European companies manufacture their own battery cells. Thanks to battery cell manufacturers, other industrial sectors, such as mechanical and plant engineering, are establishing themselves in Europe. These sectors rely on being able to provide appropriate references, which are more easily built...
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September update

California’s Plan for EV Infrastructure Deployment

To reduce emissions from the transportation sector, California aims to increase the adoption of zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs). The state is making the transition across all market segments by means of legislation, regulatory action and Executive Orders. By deploying 250,000 public and shared private electric vehicle chargers by 2025, 1.2 million chargers by 2030 for light-duty vehicles and 157,000 chargers...
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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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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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Public key infrastructure for iso 15118

There is a new standard for secure information exchange between electric vehicles, charging stations and mobility service providers, called ISO 15118. With industry-wide adoption increasing, and legislators recommending and even considering mandating ISO 15118, it is important to understand the implications of this standard.
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Electrifying last-mile delivery

In 2020, vehicles with a gross weight between 3.5 and 7 tonnes recorded an 11% market share in 2020, making last-mile delivery trucks, such as parcel delivery vehicles, one of the most significant heavy-duty vehicle segments by sales volume in Europe. In the last couple of years, e-commerce has witnessed a 15% growth, showing no signs of stopping. This...
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Global EV Outlook 2022

While in 2012, just 120 000 electric cars were sold worldwide, in 2021, more than that number were sold each week. Some 10% of all global car sales were electric in 2021, four times the market share in 2019. The total number of electric cars in the world is now nearly 17 million, three times as many as there...
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Powering The Drive To Net Zero

The output of the automotive market is currently responsible for nearly 25% of all global energy-related CO2 emissions. In order to achieve the goals of the Paris agreement and meet decarbonisation targets, the industry needs to transition to manufacturing zero emission vehicles. This report focuses on how public and private capital can and should be unlocked for the benefit...
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Progress and Insights Report

The World Health Organisation has declared air pollution as one of the biggest threats to human health. Making up an estimated 15% of the world’s CO2 emissions, motor vehicles are the biggest single source of air pollution. Switching to EVs can cut millions of tonnes of harmful greenhouse gas emissions per year and the associated running costs are considerably...
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EV Readiness Index 2022

Transport is the fastest-growing contributor to climate change. Road transport alone accounts for approximately 20% of carbon dioxide emissions in the EU. About half of all vehicles on the road today are registered to corporate organizations. This means that corporates play an incredibly important role in leading the transition to a more sustainable transport system. Switching to a low-emission...
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Electric Mobility: Inevitable, or Not?

The European Union aims to be carbon neutral by 2050. Additionally, it wants to achieve a 55% reduction on 1990 emissions by 2030. In order to meet these targets, passenger cars will have to rapidly decarbonise. This means there is no time to lose in taking the actions required to increase the uptake of zero-emission vehicles. This study focuses...
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Preparing Italy’s charging infrastructure

In Europe, Italy lags behind in terms of electric vehicle market share. However, recent sales and new policies indicate that this is changing in a fast pace. To anticipate this growth, Italy will have to invest heavily in charging infrastructure to support electrified vehicles. This paper models a scenario where electric vehicles reach a 68% sales share by 2030....
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