According to The Australian Financial Review, global demand for battery-powered cars is racing ahead faster than expected, Boston Consulting Group said as it brought forward sales forecasts despite concerns over shortages of batteries and charging infrastructure.
The consulting group now forecasts that battery electric vehicles (BEVs) will account for one-fifth of global light vehicle sales in 2025, and 59 per cent in 2035, and that there will be more battery electric vehicles sold than any other type of light vehicle (including hybrids and petrol-fuelled cars) by 2028.
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