Interessante Studie von BloombergNEF zur Entwicklung der Elektromobilität bis 2025. Lesenswert!
Bloomberg NEF projects that plug-in vehicle sales will rise from 6.6 million in 2021 to 20.6 million in 2025. Plug-in vehicles are predicted to make up 23% of new passenger vehicle sales globally in 2025, up from just under 10% in 2021. Three-quarters of those will be fully electric.
The researchers don’t see plug-in hybrids gaining a significant share of the market outside Europe, and they expect them to peak globally around 2026.
Fuel cell vehicle sales are expected to increase slightly due to a push in China, but overall, will have no meaningful impact in the passenger vehicle segment.
The EV share of sales in some markets will be higher, with EVs reaching 39% of sales in 2025 in China and Europe. Germany, the UK, and France are predicted to reach between 40-50% in 2025.
China and Europe are anticipated to account for a whopping 80% of EV sales in 2025, with adoption lagging elsewhere.
The US market is forecast to be a bit of a laggard. It’s expected to pick up from 2023 but will likely still only represent 15% of the global electric vehicle market in 2025. The EY study noted that consumers in Australia (38%) and the US (29%) are the least committed to switching to EVs.