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Cathode materials market

The cathode market for EVs is evolving. This raises several questions: what cathode chemistry will dominate the market in 2030? What’s the future of LNMO, and what applications can it be most useful for? Who are the key suppliers of cathode materials? How are the cathode and battery cell markets influenced by increasing competition on subsidies between the EU,...
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Building a battery supply chain across Europe & America

To reach net zero by 2050, all cars sold from 2035 must be electric vehicles (EVs). That is the prediction by the International Energy Agency (IEA). This requires more than 70 million batteries a year for consumer EVs alone. This means demand for batteries will grow exponentially in the coming years.
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Analyzing the Impact of the IRA on EV Uptake in the USA

The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) of 2022 will boost Electric vehicle (EV) sales for consumers in the United States. The $370 billion allocated to climate and clean energy investments expands tax credits and incentives to deploy more clean vehicles, including commercial vehicles. Moreover, it supports a domestic EV supply chain and charging infrastructure buildout.
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January 23th update

Strategies for setting a national charger standard

This report provides an This paper presents a summary of the development of electric vehicle (EV) chargers and charger standards. It focusses on the four major vehicle markets of China, the European Union, Japan, and the United States and identifies three strategies available to national authorities for choosing among charger standards, meaning the technical specifications that define charger use...
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January 9th update

Grid Integration of Electric Vehicles

As a major driver of decarbonisation, the electrification of road transport plays a key role In the IEA’s Net Zero Emissions by 2050 Scenario. To support this transition, the power sector will need to ensure a secure supply of electricity for EV charging and take advantage of EV flexibility through seamless integration with the power system.
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December 19th update

Guidance on EV propulsion battery end- of-life policies

This expert study focuses on batteries of electric passenger vehicles and their recyclability, re-use, and recoverability. The scope of the report is limited to automotive lithium-ion batteries and excludes other parts of electrified vehicles. Geographically, its focus is on Europe.
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December 5th update

The Importance of the Charging Infrastructure to EVs

As in many countries, the roll-out of charging infrastructure in the UK is critical to the transition to electric vehicles (EVs). The UK charging infrastructure network needs to be expanded quickly, not only because EV ownership keeps growing rapidly, but also to reduce range anxiety and provide people who do not yet own an EV with the confidence to...
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November 21th update

Electric vehicles will soon lead global auto markets

As sales of Electric Vehicles keep growing exponentially, many will agree EVs are the obvious technological successor to internal combustion engines (ICEs). This is only strengthened by six major automakers, including Volvo, General Motors, Mercedes-Benz, and Ford, having released specific plans and timetables for shifting to only zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) sales.
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November 7th update

Charging Infrastructure Trends from Alternative Fueling

The U.S. Department of Energy’s Alternative Fueling Station Locator contains information on public and private nonresidential alternative fueling stations in the United States and Canada. Currently, the Station Locator tracks ethanol (E85), biodiesel, compressed natural gas, electric vehicle (EV) charging, hydrogen, liquefied natural gas, and propane stations. Of all these types of fuel, EV charging continues to experience growing...
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