The Electric Vehicle Revolution: An Overview Of An Industry Poised For Growth

Feb. 03, 2017 11:30 AM ETLIT, BYDDY, CBAK-OLD, TSLA, ZAAP, UQM, KNDI, NSANY, F, GM, AVAV36 Comments
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Summary

  • The EV revolution is investable in three ways - through EV manufacturers, EV charging station operators or through firms involved in lithium mining or cell creation.
  • EV adoption is still extremely low, with market penetration remaining around 1% or less in most developed markets worldwide.
  • Aggressive government subsidies have sped up adoption of EVs, while some European governments such as Germany are considering banning the registration of new gas cars after 2030.
  • EVs are becoming increasingly economical without subsidies as well as due to their extremely low operating costs and declining sticker price.
  • The implementation of the Chevy Bolt and the Tesla Model 3 will likely launch the first mass adoption of EVs.

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