Electric Mobility: Statistics and Facts

Electric Mobility - Statistics & Facts

Statistics and Data on Electric Mobility

Dwindling stocks of raw materials, environmental issues around global warming and rapid urbanization in the developing world are among the challenges that engineers and scientists need to address to meet concerns and provide answers to questions over sustainability and the future of the planet. They have certainly begun to do so. Developments in this field of engineering have given rise to the generic term ‘electric mobility’. Electric mobility includes everything from electric cars and trucks, electric boats and even airplanes which run on nothing but electricity.


The market for electric vehicles is still heavily subsidized. Germany is awarding some 1.66 billion euros in grants over the funding period between 2009 and 2013. By 2020, China aims to increase the stock of electric cars to about 11.9 million units. In that year, the global number of hybrid and electric vehicles is forecast to exceed 88.4 million units.
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Top Statistics about Electric vehicles - Statista Dossier 2013

Our editorially prepared study "Electric vehicles - Statista Dossier 2013" contains all relevant facts and statistics on "Electric Mobility". You can find a short summary down below.
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