Thursday, 09 November 2017

Effect of electric vehicles on global power still uncertain, hinges on consumers

Uncertainty about future battery technology, government policies, consumer preferences make it difficult to predict the long-term effects that both battery electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles (EVs) may have on worldwide energy consumption. In 2015, sales reached 1.2 million worldwide which is less than 1% of all vehicles used globally, but this level could almost double by 2040, according to EIA analysis.

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