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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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October 24th update

Affordable evs and mass adoption: the industry challenge

The global market for battery electric vehicles has grown enormously in the past years. Both consumers and governments have become more aware of the immediate action needed to fight the climate crisis. As a consequence, OEMs all around the world have adapted their business models, focusing investment toward the development and production of new and enhanced EVs, instead of...
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October 10th update

Deploying charging infrastructure to support ZEVs

At COP-26, many envisioned a widespread adoption of light and heavy zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs). This, however, can only be achieved if charging infrastructure is deployed at a scale and pace as described in the ZEV Declaration and the Global Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for Zero-Emission Medium- and Heavy-Duty Vehicles. Through modeling, this briefing aims to assess the amount of...
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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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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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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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