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Morgan Stanley significantly raised the bar on its prediction for global plug-in electrified car sales through 2025. The investment banking firm predicts that 10-to-15 percent of global vehicles sales will be made up of PEV sales, including battery electric and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles. That is three-times the rate Morgan Stanley had previously projected. If […]

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Automakers are gearing up for the next round of tougher emission standards in the U.S. and beyond with electric car showings at the Los Angeles Auto Show this week. That will be followed soon by first shipments of the $37,495 Chevrolet Bolt, which goes on sale next month. The question remains over whether enough car […]

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China may be ready to support hybrid vehicles, instead of counting on plug-ins, as the pathway to reduce tailpipe emissions and dependence on imported oil. The Chinese government wants one in four vehicles to be traditional hybrids that run on both gasoline and electricity by 2030. Bloomberg reported that statement comes from a transcript of […]

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Plug-in electrified vehicles (PEVs) could constitute up to 60 percent of all vehicles on roads by 2030 in densely populated, high-income cities such as London and Singapore, according to a new study. With stricter emissions rules being enforced by cities, falling technology costs, and more consumer interest, McKinsey & Co. and Bloomberg New Energy Finance […]

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Consumer interest in purchasing a plug-in electrified vehicle has increased in the past year, especially among Millennials, according to the Consumer Federation of America‚Äôs second annual survey on the topic. Among those Americans surveyed, 36 percent are interested in a purchasing a PEV, up from 31 percent in 2015. Among the age groups, Millennials (18-24 […]

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