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ICCT’s European Vehicle Market Statistics 2022/23 Pocketbook

The ICCT’s European Vehicle Market Statistics 2022/23 Pocketbook provides an annual statistical portrait of the state of the EU car, van, truck, and bus markets in their transition to decarbonization. The report includes information from 2001 to 2021 on vehicle sales, fuel economy, greenhouse gases, and other air pollutants. This year’s analysis shows a continued decrease in vehicle sales in the EU market and a stagnation of the electric car market in early 2022 after a steep increase in previous years.

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Update on Global Transition to EVs: Briefing

Approximately 3.5 million EVs were sold in China in 2021, 150% higher than the 2020 level. Europe as a single market closely followed China as the world’s second largest EV market. Seven of the top ten national markets in terms of annual EV sales in 2021 were in Europe, including Germany, the United Kingdom, France, Norway, Italy, Sweden, and the Netherlands. The United States and South Korea ranked 3rd and 9th, respectively.

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Energy, Transport, Sustainability – 10 Predictions For 2021

As it turned out, decarbonization was lucky enough to be a safe haven during the health and economic crises of 2020. Here are just three pieces of evidence: clean energy shares roared to new records, up a remarkable 142% last year on the WilderHill New Energy Global Innovation Index (NEX); we saw the biggest financing ever in non-hydro renewables, at $8.3 billion for the first two stages of the U.K.’s Dogger Bank offshore wind project; and governments turned suddenly greener – China announcing a goal of net-zero emissions by 2060, and countries committing a total of more than $800 billion to ‘green stimulus’ programs.

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