08
Nov
2018

E-mobility - quo vadis 2030? Future forecasts for the market penetration of electric vehicles

08 November 2018

Under the leadership of Industrieverbands Massivumformung e. V., Schlegel und Partner comprehensively analyzed the framework conditions for e-mobility in the most important markets on behalf of domestic and foreign suppliers. The result is a solid basis for the members of the association as a fact-based planning framework.

The future forecasts for the market penetration of electric vehicles do not give a consistent picture. Political goals, OEM announcements and market development do not correspond. Continuously new messages and ongoing updates - the e-mobility subject is driving the market.

The complete article of Sebastian Lüttig and David Felz was published in German language on www.massivumformung.de.

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06
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2018

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27
Nov
2018

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22
Nov
2018

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20
Nov
2018

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16
Nov
2018

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