The electric vehicle market in the United States has grown exponentially in the first five years of sales. Of course, this unusual growth rate is due to the lack of efficient investment, and this is due to competition between companies. One of the problems in this period was related to charging stations for electric vehicles. Of course, these problems are decreasing at the moment. Sales of electric vehicles are predicted to increase from 2.5 million in 2020 to 11.2 million by 2025. However, with the outbreak of the Corona virus and disruptions in the supply of batteries and chips, the production program of electric vehicles will be reduced.
Quantifying the impact of U.S. electric vehicle sales on light-duty vehicle fleet CO2 emissions using a novel agent-based simulation
Lucas Spangher • Will Gorman • Gordon Bauer • Yanzhi Xu • Chris Atkinson
Jun 4, 2019
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment