The transition of the energy travels faster than you can imagine and, according to the report, “Energy Transition Outlook” of the international certification body Dnv GL, by 2032, half of all cars sold worldwide will be electric.
Also, in the annual report, it is predicted that in 2050, road transport will see the 75% of vehicles, but consume significantly less than today, while a more widespread electrification will be responsible in the long term a radical change in the energy demand.
in Short, in the next few years is expected to net change, which is already spreading widely in the automotive sector which will, by the year 2027, half of all new cars sold in Europe is powered by electricity.
An identical result will then be reached five years later in China, India and North America, reducing from 27% to 20% share of energy demand related to the transport sector.
According to the report, the advantages of environmental related to e-mobility will be added also those of the economic type, with the costs related to the management and maintenance are lower than those of conventional cars.
Expected in the course of the next five years, a significant decrease in the cost of batteries for electric vehicles, while the capacity of the batteries of these vehicles will tend to improve in the next decade to stabilize at a level of 150 kwh/vehicle in North America, 100 kWh/vehicle in Europe, 50 kWh/vehicle in other regions.
according to the report by Dnv GL, the total cost of ownership for electric vehicles will not undergo significant changes for the next five years, and only after 2023 there will be a net reduction in costs is more pronounced for commercial vehicles.
On the chapter promotion of electric mobility in the next ten years, according to the certification body, will be especially central Governments to intervene, albeit in different measures and with different policies that go above and beyond, for example, to the tax deductions and benefits for the circulation today, already placed in the field to persuade motorists to convert to a technology that is the most clean and compatible.
according To analysts, it is mainly in Norway (now in the top in the production of energy from renewable sources) and in China, that are in place strong policy incentives, a situation which, according to the study, will occur also in the Old Continent when it comes to the full regime of the Eu plan to reduce CO2 emissions in the transport sector.
"in order To accelerate the energy transition policies are needed in favor of sustainable technologies – it has emphasized Stefano Crea, director market & industries of Dnv Gl, business assurance – with The risk, otherwise, is not being able to be in line with the ambitions of the Paris agreement.
for, According to our forecasts, the global emissions related to energy consumption will still be far away from the zero net by 2050, and, therefore, the reverse route will be needed for policy action extraordinary.
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