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Electric vehicles a new trend: investment in alternative technologies

Electric vehicles a new trend: investment in alternative technologies

24 December 2020

It’s not a secret that a new trend towards environmental friendliness has emerged in the world at the moment. At the same time, the electric vehicle industry is developing strongly. Chargers are being built in big cities, in parking lots of shopping centers, at gas stations, in new buildings in underground garages, in fact, wherever possible. Classic automakers themselves are vying to introduce new models of electric vehicles. At least every car manufacturer has announced that it will have at least a few models by 2025. Along with this, completely new names appear like Tesla, Nio, Faraday Future, Rivian, Lucid, Fisker, Polestar and others. State programs are being introduced to stimulate sales of a new type of transport.

The industry is developing at a record pace and, importantly, it is predicted that up to 2030 the pace of development will be double-digit. The accompanying companies producing batteries, electric motors, and other components are also developing. It is quite obvious that investing in this sector will be an extremely logical decision.

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“The global battery-powered electric vehicle [BEV] market will reach a tipping point in 2024 when it is predicted that owning an electric vehicle will be as profitable as an internal combustion engine,” says Karl Diebitsch, investment analyst at Woozle, who helps hedge funds and private equity firms make smart investments in the technology, media and telecommunications sectors.

“We estimate that financial incentives, growing consumer demand, expanding EV charging infrastructure, shorter charging times and increased competition in manufacturing are driving down EV costs and setting an accelerated growth trajectory.” Karl Diebitsch

The speed with which electric vehicles are being introduced around the world is fundamentally changing the economy and dynamics of the automotive industry, says Steve Richmond, director of logistics systems at Jungheinrich UK.

In addition to the growing demand for EVs and vans with even greater range and faster charging capabilities, the industry is also facing the need to turn to the main supply chain. Now, governments are setting targets for the sale of electric vehicles, incentives to encourage consumers to switch from diesel to gasoline, which are driving the proliferation of electric vehicles.


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