EECR THE EUROPEAN ELECTRIC CAR REPORT
A monthly European electric car market intelligence report:
In-depth analysis of 18* West European markets, based on monthly cumulative and historical registrations data with in-depth analysis by region, market, manufacturer, model, and sector developments at a regional level.
The report also analyses key and significant market and fleet CO2 trends as well as a forecast up to 2025, with both national and regional legislation analysis playing a key part in this forecasting.
Plug-in hybrid (PHEV) volumes are also included by country, manufacturer, and top models giving a broad summary of the combined plug-in European passenger car market and the medium-term outlook.
Developments in China are also used as a benchmark to measure the European market against.
This report is based on Matthias Schmidt's 15 years of expert knowledge and extensive experience within the industry as an automotive analyst, accompanied by extensive databases, knowledge acquired in previous research, and regular exchanges with members of the European automotive industry, as well as legislators and think tanks.
The aim of this monthly automotive market intelligence study is to provide a supporting framework for all things connected with the European electromobility sector, providing comprehensive information and analyses.
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*18 West European markets include: EU Member States prior the 2004 enlargement plus EFTA markets Norway, Iceland and Switzerland, plus UK