Electric Vehicle Outlook Is Even Brighter If the World Bikes and Takes the Bus – Bloomberg

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A Mercedes-Benz EQC electric vehicle connected to a charger inside a showroom in Berlin.

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Last week, my team at BloombergNEF published our big annual Electric Vehicle Outlook. The report looks at how all the different segments of road transport could evolve over the coming decades and maps out the impact on oil markets, electricity demand, batteries, metals and materials, charging infrastructure and emissions.


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