Case study: Finding the best place for EV charging on Australia’s roads
With a third of carbon emissions coming from transport, increasing EV ownership has become a strategy in trying to re
EV data vital to manage demand on the electrical gridThe use of EV charging data from both smart chargers and vehicle telematics is vital in enabling utilities to make informed decisions on grid planning and management, says Erin D'Amato, director of innovation solutions at vehicle telematics technology provider Uplight.
Experts: New US EV charging standards will provide the confidence the public needs
There are plenty of attention grabbers in the US government’s massive EV charging and infrastructure programme, annou
Wireless charging EVs is safer than plugging in, says IDTechExA wireless EV charging system minimises the risk of electrocution and trip hazard.
LG Innotek develops a world first wireless BMSAn innovation by LG Innotek improves battery performance drastically
Full analysis: Massive US national EV infrastructure planThe White House has announced a huge financial boost, new standards, and major progress for a made-in-America national network of EV chargers to support the future of the US EV charging industry.
U.S. Postal Service an ideal candidate for EV conversionThe U.S. Postal Service’s commitment to electric vehicles is a significant – and positive – development for the EV industry, experts say. But, not surprisingly, the transition also presents some challenges.
Overcoming “charging anxiety” is key for EV rolloutsCharging concerns remain the biggest reason for consumers not to buy an electric vehicle, so the issue has to be resolved if the targets for rapid EV rollouts are to be achieved.
EV truck deployment will accelerate in 2023 says IDTechExThough battery-electric models currently make up only a small fraction of total global truck sales (around 0.4% in 2021), it is already clear that the transition from diesel combustion engines to zero-emission technologies is well underway.
Powering HGVs via ‘electric motorways’Germany, the UK and Sweden are among countries trialling technology to charge electric HGVs via overhead cables on motorways.
Breaking down global EV market demand and revenueWhile electric cars will remain the largest electric vehicle market for the foreseeable future in terms of battery demand and market revenue generation, most transport sectors are facing a transition. In this article, IDTechEx summarises key developments in non-automotive sectors, showing each sector's global battery demand (in 2021) for relative scale. For reference, battery-electric and plug-in hybrid cars demanded approximately 280GWh globally in 2021.
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