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How electric vehicles will shape the future

The electric vehicle landscape is rapidly changing as both technology and interest evolve, and the coming years will see many more EVs take to the roads, seas, and skies. In the US, electric vehicles sales have climbed by more than 40 percent a year since 2016. By 2035, the largest automotive markets will be fully electric—providing both a glimpse of a green future and significant economic opportunity. McKinsey has produced a series of articles spanning the future of flying taxis, from electric vehicle infrastructure to the impact of emissions legislation on electric vehicle adoption. More specifically:

  1. Lithium mining: How new production technologies could fuel the global EV revolution

  2. Why the automotive future is electric

  3. The future of air mobility: Electric aircraft and flying taxis

  4. Amid disruption, automotive suppliers must reimagine their footprints

  5. Shaping the future of fast-charging EV infrastructure

  6. Building the electric-vehicle charging infrastructure America needs

  7. A turning point for US auto dealers: The unstoppable electric car

  8. Electrifying the bottom line: How OEMs can boost EV profitability

  9. Making electric vehicles profitable

  10. EV fluids: Say goodbye to the oil change

  11. Net-zero emissions in US government fleets

Click on the image below to access all the serie of articles from McKinsey. And here for the series of this own blog CarbonCreditMarkets.


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Madame Marie Curie (1867 - 1934) Chemist & physicist. French, born Polish.

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