2020 is ‘THE’ year for the growth of electric mobility in Europe as it gears up for a new phase in the transportation sector. In the last few years, Europe has progressed through the initial adoption period of e-mobility testifying, turbulent, disappointing, and promising times. However, the image is now clear on the e-mobility development and it’s only going to move forward.
More than 2 million electric cars by 2025
Besides the gradually increasing momentum, it is crucial to know that the next few years will be a period of a further maturation of the EV industry. According to the study released by Chemnitz Automotive Institute (CATI), Europe will produce more than 2 million electric cars by 2025. Furthermore, the study also claims that the BEV production plants are expected to double by 2022 in at least 11 European countries.