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Cars: 50% electric in 2030, Motus-E and Quintegia report

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In 2030, electric cars will represent 50% of the total demand. It emerges from the report “Electric mobility: inevitable or not? Analysis from the point of view of consumers”, created by Motus-E and Quintegia, with the support of the European Climate Foundation, on data acquired by Element Energy, commissioned by the Platform for Electromobility, a European body for the promotion and facilitation of policies to support the development of electric mobility.
According to the study, which analyzes data relating to Italy, “the demand for electric cars will exceed that of any other type of power supply by 2025, in 2030 it will represent 50% of total demand and in 2050 almost 80%. “. The report, which reports the opinion of 14,052 consumers from Germany, the United Kingdom, France, Italy (sample of 2,004), Spain and Poland, underlines that the purchase is slowed down by the price that should equalize that of combustion cars in 2030 for lower segment models.
Other power supplies, such as hydrogen, are currently not a viable alternative to battery electric vehicles, according to the report. Surprisingly, the study shows that the public charging network alone does not affect the demand for electric cars. “The demand for electric cars would not increase significantly if all consumers had free access to public and domestic charging,” the report said. For the success of the electricity transition, a fundamental role is played by the institutions, which “should provide for support policies that affect the purchase price”, conclude Motus-E and Quintegia.

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