Week 9: the Electric Vehicle market in the Netherlands

We've added 5 new reports to the database, covering a range of topics such as developing a domestic manufacturing base for EVs, EV adoption among EV100 members, an overview of the Dutch EV market in January 2023, consumer opinions on EVs and brand perception in the automotive sector, and driver behavior in the Netherlands.
In week 9 we added the following reports:

  • Building a Robust and Resilient U.S. Lithium Battery Supply Chain | li-bridge
  • Progress and Insights Report | Climate group EV100
  • Electric Vehicles Statistics in the Netherlands Feb 2023 | Netherlands Enterprise Agency
  • 2023 Global Automotive Consumer Study Key findings: EMEA Focus countries | Deloitte
  • Elektrisch Rijden Monitor 2022 | ANWB

The reports are shared and available free of charge in our database.

The development of a robust domestic manufacturing base and supply chain

The rising use of energy storage systems (ESSs) on the electrical grid and electric vehicles (EVs) is expected to raise demand for lithium batteries, which is expected to expand quickly. By 2030, it is anticipated that both global and domestic demand will have increased by more than 5 times. The United States is expected to remain heavily import-dependent despite this enormous surge in lithium battery consumption.

This report presents an action plan to accelerate the development of a robust domestic manufacturing base and supply chain. It contains 26 recommendations to bolster the US lithium battery sector.

Building a Robust and Resilient U.S. Lithium Battery Supply Chain | li-bridge

 

EV100 firms have deployed over 168,000 EVs over the previous 12 months, and now run over 400,000 EVs globally

Collectively, EV100 members have committed 5.75 million vehicles, covering 100 markets across the world. By electrifying all committed vehicles by 2030, 6,238,000t CO2 will be saved annually. The number of EVs deployed in individual corporate fleets has increased by 49% to 79,615 during the past year. Overall, EV100 firms have deployed over 168,000 EVs over the previous 12 months, and now run over 400,000 EVs globally. Leasing companies increased their total deployment of EVs by 107%.

This report showcases the progress and insights of the EV100 initiative, which aims to accelerate the transition to electric vehicles. It includes information on the number of members and vehicles committed to the initiative, as well as the growth of electric vehicles already in operation.

Progress and Insights Report | Climate group EV100

Source: Progress and Insights Report | Climate group EV100

 

An overview of the electric vehicle market in the Netherlands in January 2023

As of January 31, 2023, there were 334,186 Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV) registered in the Netherlands, which is an increase of 5,891 vehicles or 1.8% from the previous month. The top 3 models for new sales of BEV passenger cars were the Tesla Model Y, Volvo CX40, and Peugeot 208. The number of Plugin-Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEV) in the fleet increased to 192,247, which is an increase of 5,300 vehicles or 2.8% from the previous month. The top 3 models for new sales of PHEV passenger cars were not mentioned. In terms of charging infrastructure, there were 120,345 regular charging points and 4,243 fast charging points available as of January 31, 2023, which indicates a strong commitment to supporting the transition to electric mobility in the Netherlands.

This report provides an overview of the electric vehicle market in the Netherlands, including data on the number of electric vehicle registrations, the number of public charging points, and the amount of electricity consumed from charging electric vehicles Up to and including January 2023.

Electric Vehicles Statistics in the Netherlands Feb 2023 | Netherlands Enterprise Agency

Source: Electric Vehicles Statistics in the Netherlands Feb 2023 | Netherlands Enterprise Agency

 

Consumer opinions on EV adoption, brand perception, and advanced technologies in the automotive sector

The global shift towards electric vehicles (EVs) is gaining momentum, but affordability, range anxiety, and lack of charging infrastructure remain significant barriers to adoption in different markets. The ongoing vehicle inventory crisis is leading to consumers being more accepting of longer delivery times, but product quality still tops the list of factors driving consumer decisions. Dealers continue to engender the most trust among consumers. While interest in connected vehicle features is relatively high, consumers are less willing to subscribe to these services and would prefer to pay for them upfront or on a per-use basis.

This report presents the key findings from a 2023 global automotive consumer study, focusing on EMEA countries. It explores consumer opinions on EV adoption, brand perception, and advanced technologies in the automotive sector. The report aims to help companies in the region prioritize and position their business strategies and investments.

2023 Global Automotive Consumer Study Key findings: EMEA Focus countries | Deloitte

Source: 2023 Global Automotive Consumer Study Key findings: EMEA Focus countries | Deloitte

 

The Netherlands Leads in Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure with Over 123,000 (Semi)Public Charging Points and Nearly 1000 Fast Charging Locations

The adoption of electric cars is rapidly increasing across Europe, with the Netherlands leading the way. By the end of 2022, there were over 328,000 electric passenger cars on Dutch roads, accounting for nearly 4% of all passenger cars. These vehicles are primarily charged at home or on private parking spaces, with public charging infrastructure available for charging on-the-go and in public areas. The Netherlands boasts over 123,000 (semi)public charging points and almost 1000 fast charging locations, making it a leader in charging infrastructure. With a ratio of 1 (semi)public charging point per 2.7 electric cars, the country is well-equipped to support the growing number of electric vehicles. In just one year, the number of fast charging locations increased by around 350, indicating a continued commitment to expanding charging infrastructure.

This report provides information on the costs of electric driving in comparison to driving a gasoline vehicle. It includes data on the average purchase price of electric vehicles, the costs of energy consumption, and the cost per kilometer of driving. The report also includes findings from consumer surveys conducted in 10 European countries.

Elektrisch Rijden Monitor 2022 | ANWB

Source: Elektrisch Rijden Monitor 2022 | ANWB

 

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