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Overview of battery cell production in Europe by 2027

Europe’s Battery Supply to Ramp Up by 2030

Europe's supply of battery cells is expected to significantly increase over the next decade, according to the latest research from T&E (Transport & Environment). This could create a self-sufficient battery market in Europe by as early as 2026–2028.

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Increased Registrations of EVs Despite General Downturn

The number of new battery electric vehicle (BEV) registrations increased in 2022 despite a general downturn in the EU car market. As a consequence, the market share of BEVs increased to 12.1%, an increase of 3.0 percentage points over 2021. Hybrid vehicles also had a successful year, with a market share of 22.6%. Traditional fuels like gasoline and diesel,...

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top 10 charge point providers in Europe

EV Charging Infrastructure: $100B Investment in 3 Years

It appears that this year will see a $100 billion global investment in electric car chargers. This amount of investment was reached over around a ten-year period, but BloombergNEF estimates that the next $100 billion will likely be spent in just three years.

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Expansion of EV shares in China and Europe is slowing down

In 2022, it is predicted that global BEV+PHEV registrations would account for 13% of all new vehicle sales. In 2023, this proportion is projected to rise to 15%. Assisted by "front loading" and the phase-out of subsidies, EV sales in China increased dramatically in 2022. With 6.5 million new BEVs and PHEVs in 2022, China is expected to surpass...

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Europe could end China Li-ion battery reliance by 2027

According to Transport & Environment (T&E), the EU may stop depending on China for lithium-ion battery cells by 2027. The new analysis of battery-maker announcements shows that Europe is on pace to generate enough Li-ion cells by then to completely satisfy domestic demand for electric vehicles and energy storage. The green organisation asserted that, in order to prevent losing...

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Historic develop- ment of the share of battery electric and plug-in hybrid vehicle models among all new vehicle registra- tions, as well as future targets, for China, Europe, and the United States

Decline in registrations and rise in Electric Vehicle sales

After the COVID-19 pandemic began in early 2020, the year 2021 was characterised by a consistent decrease in the total number of new automobiles registered in the EU across all markets.

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The complexities of charger types in the EV market

The variety of charger types available today is the result of a number of factors, including the numerous automakers that produce EVs, the demand for slower or faster power technologies (AC and DC) in various situations, the variety of EV types (two- and three-wheelers, light- and heavy-duty vehicles), various national or regional electrical infrastructures, and evolving national standards governing...

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ZE-HDV and diesel HDV sales proportion by manufacturer in 2021

China’s ZE-HDV Market Consolidation

The Chinese market for zero-emission heavy-duty vehicles (ZE-HDV) has grown rapidly in the last decade, from nearly no sales to more than 200,000 vehicles in 2016. However, total sales decreased over the years due to the phaseout of incentives for electric trucks and buses. In the last five years, the market for ZE-HDV has been increasingly dominated by zero-emission...

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Cities boost mobility networks & EV charging infrastructure

New economic difficulties and increased extreme weather cannot derail efforts by cities to improve their mobility networks at a time when they are still recuperating from the COVID-19 disruptions. To maintain resilience and stimulate economic vitality, they require effective and equitable mobility networks.

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