EAFO study: charging infrastructure in the EU
A new analysis by the European Alternative Fuels Observatory (EAFO) provides interesting insights into the status of charging infrastructure development in Europe. The study also shows that a major effort is still needed to reach the European Green Deal’s milestone of one million public charging points by 2025.
Audi R18 LMP1, EAFO.
Reading tip: This is a farewell to Audi’s R18 LMP1, which will no longer star in the WEC. Top Gear thus had the chance to take it for a last ride. It was charged with emotions not only for the journalists but also the 300 employees whose future is uncertain after 18 years in the race and 13 Le Mans victories.
Click tip: The European Alternative Fuels Observatory (EAFO) has gathered data on FCV and hydrogen infrastructure in Europe and put it together in an informative document. Most FCV exist in Germany, followed by Denmark, and Norway.
EV Sales in Europe in the first half of 2016.
No less than 95,600 EV and PHEV were registered in Europe in the first half of 2016, according to data gathered by the European Alternative Fuels Observatory (EAFO). The 23 percent increase translates to 49,952 plug-in hybrids and 45,648 electric cars.