Ernst Young Offers Recommendations on EV Introductions

Hard work and cross-sectoral cooperation are required to build an enduring EV industry.

Published: 15-Feb-2012

Following comprehensive stakeholder discussions in Bonn, Detroit and Beijing, Ernst & Young has launched an in-depth report highlighting the global challenges and opportunities facing today’s electric vehicle (EV) market.

The Global Ignition Sessions report brings together these geographically diverse groups of stakeholders to focus on the critical, real-world issues facing the fleet, consumer and infrastructure segments and identifies ways in which to accelerate EV adoption in the coming years globally.

Commenting on the current state of the EV industry Gil Forer, Ernst & Young Global Cleantech Leader, says: “Electric cars are rolling off production lines and onto our roads and streets, with global hybrid, plug-in hybrid and full electric vehicle production numbers set to rise significantly over the next four years.


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