Rapid rise in electric vehicles to ‘reverberate through wider economy’

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That is the conclusion of a newNew electric car club in Stratford is first of its kind in UK. Read more ... » paper this week from Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) co-written by Michael Liebreich and Angus McCrone, chairman and chief editor respectively of the influential USBusiness users await: Tesla Model S UK release imminent, Lib Dems pleased. Read more ... » data and media firm‘s advisory board.
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The effects of this EV market growth will be welcome for some consumers, the authors state, but will pose challenges for policyNorway: Why do they love electric cars in the Arctic Circle?. Read more ... »-makers and established businesses.
According to the paper, when the world’s energy and transport sectors experienceBristol: Fancy test driving an electric car? Head down to a new motor show coming to Millennium Square Read. Read more ... » significant changeElectric cars gain momentum. Read more ... » “it tends not to be a linear process” and the results “rip through the whole economy and can have impacts on a societal scale”.
It argues the world is seeing this process in the electricity systemLess Energy-Intensive Heating For Electric Cars Demonstrated At Frankfurt Auto Show. Read more ... » right now, with the rapid uptake of renewable energy generation which it describes as “unstoppable now” because the costUK EV Sales: Electric vehicles create buzz. Read more ... » reductions in wind and solar have “fundamentally changed the way powerVauxhall Ampera #EV Hybrid (range extender) EV average ~ 158mpg in town. Read more ... » markets workBoris Johnson: 'I delivered every single one of my green pledges'. Read more ... », making new investment in other sources all but impossible”.
The authors contend the changing energy system is already having an impact on investment and technologyBristol: Fancy test driving an electric car? Head down to a new motor show coming to Millennium Square Read. Read more ... » sectors, while it is also accelerating digitisation of all electrical equipment and changing the way buildings are designed.
They compare the likely impacts of the EV market and renewables on the global economy to those of mobile phonesWhy electric cars could be sold like phones. Read more ... » after they first appeared on the market around two decades ago.
As mobile phones have improved and costs fallen, they have driven profound changes in all sectors of the wider economy, from how people book holidays, to the mix of high street shops and the way people travelElectric Highway links London to Leeds. Electric Car Drivers can celebrate.. Read more ... » in cities, the paper states.
Mobile phones have also “eaten entire industries” such as cameras, alarm clocks and maps, while they are arguably now doing the same to newspapers, cash handling and the music industry.
The authors argue EVs will have a similarly seismic impact on other sectors, but highlight in particular the adverse effects of the wider useBoris Johnson: 'I delivered every single one of my green pledges'. Read more ... » of batteries on the combustion engineVauxhall Ampera #EV Hybrid (range extender) EV average ~ 158mpg in town. Read more ... » auto parts supply chain, dealer and repair networks and oil companies and oil exporters.
Their arrival also presents “considerable headaches” for governments which currently gain income from heavily taxed petrolWarrantywise to offer cover for electric cars. Read more ... » and diesel fuelBristol: Fancy test driving an electric car? Head down to a new motor show coming to Millennium Square Read. Read more ... », while there are likely to be reductions in the numberElectric cars gain momentum. Read more ... » of people employed in the combustion engine sectors.
But, it also highlights particular beneficiaries from the growing EV market such as energy utility suppliers and construction companies building power and technology infrastructureElectric dreams - is it time to plug in?. Read more ... ».
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“No list of potential impacts of the transformation of transportation can be complete,” the article states. “However, one thing is for sure: if our predictions for the uptake of electric vehicles are anything like correct, there is no part of the global economy which will not, in some way, be affected.”

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