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In 2030,EV Electric Vehicle will account for over 20% of the driving distance of Shared vehicles
- Aug 28, 2018 -

Beijing, Aug. 15 (Beijing time) -- although only 2 percent of all vehicles in 2018 are electric, consumer adoption of EV Electric Vehicle (EV) remains disappointing, but governments are increasingly aware of the advantages of EV Electric Vehicle in terms of sustainability, reducing environmental pollution and improving air quality, according to bodyshopbusiness.

According to a new report by ABI Research, a market-forecasting consultancy that provides strategic guidance for change, the widespread establishment of urban low-emission areas, initially aimed at banning old diesel vehicles, will eventually be upgraded to zero emission zones in urban centres and limited to EV Electric Vehicle.


Dominique Bonte, vice President of terminal markets at ABI Research, said: "" however, the group that accepts EV Electric Vehicle will increasingly shift from consumer car ownership to Shared urban transport, initially sharing ordinary cars and later long-term sharing of driverless EV Electric Vehicle.

California is preparing a bill that would increase the number of miles driven by Shared EV Electric Vehicle by 20 percent by 2023 to 50 percent by 2026.

Meanwhile, Uber's EV Champions plan to actively promote electric vehicle sharing by offering driver partners education, support and cash rewards.

The high absorption rate and much higher utilization rate of EV Electric Vehicle in car-sharing fleets will result in a global share of electric vehicle miles driven by more than 20 percent by 2030."


Another obvious example of this is the push by car companies to roll out their own EV Electric Vehicle.

In addition to tesla's well-known electric cars and the nissan leaf, porsche has introduced the Mission E model, a Taycan model.

Jaguar launches i-pace, audi launches e-tron, mercedes-benz launches EQ electric concept car;

Vw also plans to sell electric hatchbacks in Europe from 2019 and electric crossovers in the us a year later.

With the entry and promotion of many automobile enterprises, EV Electric Vehicle are becoming more and more popular.


ABI points out that this shift to electric vehicle services has important implications for charging stations and grid infrastructure requirements.

From a profitability and customer experience perspective, continued operational and availability business needs will drive demand for the DC quick charging and future refined network of wireless public charging stations.

With increasing ev penetration, advanced demand response and load balancing software solutions, ev charging management and vehicle to grid systems, widespread adoption of microgrids and a more comprehensive cross-vertical approach will have to bear some of the strain on the public grid.

Energy management.


ABI believes vendors active in this space include Hevo Power, eMotorWerks, Greenlots, Nuvve, Jedlix, MOEV and FleetCarma, which was recently acquired by Geotab.

Ultimately, the transportation electrification revolution will require a fundamental redesign of the grid itself to accommodate distributed and decentralized renewable energy consumption patterns and power generation in urban environments.


Finally, traffic electrification in smart cities will take on a variety of modes, including EV Electric Vehicle, electric two-wheeled vehicles (bicycles, scooters and motorcycles), shuttle buses, ships and future manned drones.

Clearly, the dominance of mobility based on cars is unsustainable, says ABI.

Uber recently invested in and partnered with Lime to develop electric scooters, as well as Lyft's strategy of integrating bike and scooter sharing, suggesting that urban traffic will be reshaped again.


The findings come from ABI Research's smart city and transportation electrification report.

The report is part of the company's smart city and smart space research service, which includes research, data and Executive Foresights.