Most read EV Reports in September

We have compiled a list of the three most read EV Reports in September. These reports provide insights into the importance of transparent consumer information for EV adoption, discuss adaptability in the automotive supply chain, and highlight decarbonization strategies for road freight transport.
  • Electric Vehicles: Consumer Information Review | Steer
  • Automotive supply chain: pursuing long-term resilience | Capgemini
  • StratES – Scenarios for the electrification of road freight transport | Öko-Institut

Electric Vehicles: Consumer Information Review | Steer

Electric vehicles (EVs) are pivotal in the transition towards a greener, more sustainable future. However, the successful adoption of EVs hinges on consumers having access to accurate and transparent information. ‘Electric Vehicles: Consumer Information Review’ by Steer assesses the current state of consumer information about EVs in Europe. The report highlights inconsistencies and sheds light on the pressing need for clearer, more transparent details to promote EV adoption, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and support ambitious climate goals.

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Electric Vehicles: Consumer Information Review | Steer

Automotive supply chain: pursuing long-term resilience | Capgemini

The automotive industry’s supply chain is a complex and dynamic ecosystem facing numerous challenges and disruptions. ‘Automotive Supply Chain: Pursuing Long-Term Resilience’ by Capgemini delves into the intricacies of this vital component of the automotive sector. It explores the industry’s need for increased agility and responsiveness, discusses emerging issues that impact the supply chain, and highlights key trends such as nearshoring and data-driven approaches. The report underscores the imperative of adapting and evolving the supply chain to ensure long-term resilience.

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Automotive supply chain: pursuing long-term resilience | Capgemini

StratES – Scenarios for the electrification of road freight transport | Öko-Institut

The decarbonization of road freight transport is a critical step in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and combatting climate change. ‘StratES – Scenarios for the Electrification of Road Freight Transport’ by Öko-Institut addresses this pressing issue in the context of Germany. The report evaluates various electric drive technologies, explores scenarios with diverse energy prices and infrastructure expansion, and emphasizes the pivotal roles of policy and infrastructure in driving the adoption of electric commercial vehicles. It provides insights essential for aligning road freight transport with climate goals.

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StratES – Scenarios for the electrification of road freight transport | Öko-Institut

 

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