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Documentos electrónicos Documentos electrónicos How charging in buildings can power up the electric-vehicle industry (2021)

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Título: How charging in buildings can power up the electric-vehicle industry / Zealan Hoover...[et al.]

Publicación: New York : McKinsey & Company, 2021

Descripción física: 8 p.

Serie: (Electric Power & Natural Gas Practice)

Notas: Sumario: E-mobility has reached a tipping point. Morethan 250 new models of battery electric vehicles (BEV) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) will be introduced in the next two years alone, and as many as 130 million EVs could be sharing roads the world over by 2030.¹ To support these numbers, significantly expanded charging is requiredand it will not be cheap. In fact, an estimated $110 billion to $180 billion must be invested from 2020 to 2030 to satisfy global demand for EV charging stations, both in public spaces and within homes.

Autores secundarios: Hoover, Zealan Icono con lupa
McKinsey & Company Icono con lupa

Otras clasificaciones: 892.6

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