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Investment in Indian Electric Mobility Industry Surges

Due to high interest rates, traditional financiers are hesitant to lend to the Indian electric mobility industry, attracting significant investments. Development finance institutions (DFIs) are making significant investments to lower the sector's cost of capital. Read More

Shift to Electric Vehicles Gaining Momentum

The automotive industry is witnessing a significant shift towards electric vehicles (EVs) with an increasing number of large car manufacturers setting targets to electrify all or a portion of their fleets over the next decade. These targets reflect manufacturers' willingness to decarbonize their vehicle fleets and their future vision. Read More

BYD’s Growing Market Share in China’s EV Market

China's electric vehicle (EV) market continues to grow at an impressive pace, according to the latest research from Counterpoint. Their data reveals that China's passenger EV sales nearly doubled in 2022, growing by 87% YoY, with EVs now accounting for one in four cars sold in the country. Read More

The global push towards electrification of transportation

The global push towards electrification of transportation is being accelerated by the implementation of various regulatory interventions. Such interventions are not only providing consumers with more confidence but are also giving automakers and investors clarity regarding the direction of travel. Read More

The e-Mobility market in India has grown significantly

The electric mobility market in India has grown significantly over the past few years despite challenges in the ecosystem. There are six main categories used to classify the sector, and the graph below shows the players who participate in each of these categories. Read More

Electrification targets of some automakers

The automotive industry is currently experiencing a shift towards electric mobility, with an increasing number of carmakers pledging to phase out internal combustion engines and transition to fully electric vehicles. As governments around the world implement stricter emission regulations and consumers demand more sustainable modes of transportation, carmakers are setting ambitious electric vehicle (EV) targets to remain competitive in the market. In this context, we present a list of some of the major carmakers and their EV targets, highlighting the scale of their commitments to the electric future of transportation. Read More

Electric Fleet Progress by Major Car Makers

Transitioning towards a fully electric fleet is necessary to combat climate change and reduce harmful emissions from transportation. As major car manufacturers compete to achieve this goal, it's important to evaluate their progress and advocate for strong policies that support the transition towards zero-emissions vehicles. Read More

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, the US and China? This Market Intelligence Report aims to answer these questions. It presents leading battery cathode chemistries, compares their properties, and analyses their market dynamics. Read More

UK urged to expand trade for EV supply chain

To ensure that British-made electric vehicles (EVs), batteries, and battery parts can be exported to international markets tariff-free and to sustain the nation's industrial potential, a recent study by SMMT suggests that the United Kingdom needs to expand and enhance its free trade agreements. Read More

ICE Sales Peaked in 2017, EV Market Continues to Grow

It's doubtful that worldwide sales of internal combustion cars will ever reach their pre-pandemic levels, according to recent statistics provided by BloombergNEF (BNEF). According to data, the market for internal combustion cars, which includes conventional hybrids, reached its highest point in 2017 with 86 million passenger vehicles sold. However, with just 69 million vehicles in 2022, combustion vehicle sales were down nearly 20% from their high. In contrast, the number of plug-in cars increased to 10.4 million, up from little over 1 million in 2017. Read More