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Global market Shares by Battery Maker H1 2022

Global market shares battery makers H1 2022

A surge in China's electric vehicle sector has resulted in rapid developments for the country's battery manufacturers. SK On and SDI grew by 124% and 50%, respectively, while LGES and Panasonic saw their growth rate stagnate.

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Editorial board @ EVMarketsReports.com
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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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Solid state batteries can reduce carbon footprint

Battery manufacturers forecast that solid state batteries will be used in EVs in the second half of the decade, according to the latest study from transport & environment.

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Chinese EV market is expected to have a 25 sales share

Chinese EV market is expected to have a 25% sales share

The appetite for EVs is soaring, according to global surveys. The Chinese EV market is growing particularly rapidly. With 3.3 million EVs sold in 2021.

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BETs will require 1.4 million to 1.8 million 100kW chargers

Electric trucks will require 1.8 million 100kW chargers

By 2030 battery electric trucks (BETs) will require 1.4 million to 1.8 million slow charges (100kW), as well as 400,000 to 700,000 public high-speed chargers (500kW).

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Carmakers invest up to 526 Billion through 2026

Carmakers invest up to $526 Billion through 2026

Investments by traditional car OEM’s to boost electrification and fade out ICE increased dramatically the past 2 years. According to Bloomberg, carmakers invest up to $526 Billion through 2026 which is more than double the amount they mapped out back in 2020.

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BETs reach TCO parity with diesel trucks in most EU cities

Electric trucks reach TCO parity with diesel trucks in EU

It is possible for battery electric trucks (BETs) for last-mile delivery to reach TCO parity with diesel trucks in most European cities, with the current purchase premiums, according to the ICCT.

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Volkswagen is poised to overtake Tesla in 2024

Volkswagen is poised to overtake Tesla in 2024

Volkswagen is poised to overtake Tesla in 2024 and already leads in Europe. Execution will be key to encroaching on Tesla’s $750 billion market capitalization.

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Battery Design: from chemistry to pack

Designed by battery engineers for battery engineers. The site is organized by system and function, thus making it easy for you to find information. When you think about designing a battery pack you think at cell, module, BMS and pack level. However, you need to also rapidly think in terms of: electrical, thermal, mechanical, control and safety. Looking at...

Nigel Taylor

founder @ BatteryDesign.net

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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Carmakers around the world will spend more than $515B

According to the electrical vehicle market update by EDF & ERM (April 2022) carmakers around the world will spend more than $515.000.000.000 on launching new models.

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Electrification of countries and OEMs

e-Mobility is on the verge of a real breakthrough due to new developments in technology, and incentive policies that many countries are adopting. CICenergiGUNE sorted this out and shows the intention / plans per country and OEM

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EV charging industry overview

Many industries see business opportunities in this new EV charging market. It is yet to be seen how this will play out between familiar faces from the different corners of the landscape & new entries and disruptors in the market.

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EVMarketsReports.com launches EV markets search engine

With more than 300 EV reports, electric vehicles outlooks and EV expert views EVMarketsReports.com has become The EV markets insights companion to grow your EV business. From May 15th 2022 onwards, the 3rd generation of its platform has been launched enabling sophisticated search features, EV expert views on specific e-Mobility topics and of course tons of valuable reports about...

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Editorial board @ EVMarketsReports.com
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EV sales doubled hitting a record high of 6.7 million units

The S&P 500 shared their report concerning the development of the e-Mobility industry. Their analysts came to the following key takeaways:

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In 2030, the worldwide battery industry is worth $166B

To meet the increasing demand for EV’s, the battery market will need to grow rapidly. According to the Green Finance Institute, the estimated market value in 2030 ranges from $116 billion to $278 billion, while the global market value in 2021 was around $46bn. Some other takes:

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Heading the future means heeding the past

It is understandable that the departure from the fossil-based economic system cannot be achieved overnight and is a task that spans generations, given the enormous challenges that this major transformation entails. But precisely because of the sheer size of this transformative process, there is always the danger that decision-makers in politics and industry will be content to take small...

Christian Hahn

CEO @ Hubject
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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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Power sector accelerating e-mobility

The inevitable increase of the number of electric vehicles on the road brings with it new and imminent challenges for our power grids. The ‘Power sector accelerating e-mobility’ report examines these challenges and also the opportunities for power and utilities companies. Moreover, it identifies what these companies can do to contribute to the adoption of e-Mobility.
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2022 Global Automotive Consumer Study Key findings

For over ten years, Deloitte has been exploring consumer trends in the automotive industry. It analyses the impact these trends have on a global mobility ecosystem that is evolving at a fast pace. Deloitte’s most recent study ran from September through October 2021, and surveyed more than 26,000 consumers in 25 countries to explore opinions on several critical issues...
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The Arcadis Global Electric Vehicle Catalyst Index 2021

The Arcadis Global Electric Vehicle Catalyst Index 2021 starts off with the conclusion that the global transition from internal combustion engines (ICE) to low-emission vehicles is happening at a fast rate. By 2040, EV’s will constitute over half of all car sales, effectively shaping the future of travel.
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The Electric Drive Continues

The Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Technology Collaboration Programme (HEV TCP), part of the International Energy Agency’s Energy Technology Network, is an international collaboration of 18 countries exploring cutting-edge questions in hybrid and electric vehicles. Their 2021 Annual report opens on a positive note, stating the EV market outperformed that of conventional vehicles in 2020, and continues to grow fast.
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Cleaner vehicles and charging infrastructure

In decarbonising the transport sector, we need not only look at electric mobility, but also at transport policy. This is one of the main findings in the discussion paper ‘Cleaner Vehicles and Charging Infrastructure’, published by the World Bank Group. Without a sustainable transport policy, the e-mobility revolution will only lead to ‘cleaner congestion’.
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EV Frontrunners: Interview with Frank Muehlon

For this first episode, we interviewed Frank Muehlon. He is in ‘charge’ of ABB’s Global EV Infrastructure Solutions.   

Interview with Frank Muehlon

Head of Global E-Mobility Infrastructure Solutions @ ABB
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