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ELECTRIC VEHICLES: Trump's America overtakes ‘green’ Europe in the electric car race

The US has become the second largest electric passenger car market in the world [1], selling 361,000 EVs in 2018 (a 2.1% market share) and relegating Europe to the third place with 302,000 cars (or a 2.0% market share), new analysis by Transport & Environment (T&E) shows. China continues to top the ranking with over one million EVs sold last year and an EV market share of 4%.

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ELECTRIC VEHICLES: German Car Industry to Invest $45 Billion in Electric Vehicles

Germany’s automotive industry will invest over 40 billion euros ($45 billion) in electric vehicles over the next three years to triple the number of models vying for buyers, the head of the VDA car industry association said.

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ELECTRIC VEHICLES: Electric Cars Are China Auto Industry's Lone Bright Spot

Electric cars are holding their own in China, the world’s biggest auto market, even as the industry has seen a slump in overall sales for seven straight months.

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ELECTRIC VEHICLES: Cost parity by 'early 2020s' will be electric vehicle tipping point

A new report by McKinsey forecasts a rapid switch from gas guzzlers to electric vehicles on the world's roads will be boosted by the plummeting costs of owning a battery powered vehicle.

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ELECTRIC VEHICLES: Electric cars are already cheaper to own and run, says study

Petrol and diesel vehicles cost more over four years in UK and four other European nations

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ELECTRIC VEHICLES: Chinese listed companies misjudge EV start-ups with excessive valuations

Several listed Chinese electric vehicle (EV) companies and associated component makers issued profit warnings in recent days, as many companies suffered from inflated valuations at acquisition.

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ELECTRIC VEHICLES: The cheapest Chinese electric cars are coming to the US and Europe—for as little as $9,000

China already sells more electric vehicles than the rest of the world combined. And there’s a long list of the categories you can choose from—including large buses, sports cars, two-wheeled motorcycles, and zippy scooters.

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ELECTRIC VEHICLES: 21 million more electric vehicles expected worldwide by 2030

An additional 21 million electric vehicles (EVs) will be on the road globally over the next decade, according to new analysis from Deloitte.

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