IEA recommends 60% vehicle electrification by 2030
The International Energy Agency (IEA) has presented a step-by-step plan on how the world may achieve net CO2 neutrality by 2050. According to the IEA, the climate protection pledges made by governments to date – even if they would fully achieve them – fall far short of the requirements necessary for this.
DriveNow, International Energy Agency.
Reading tip: Pamela Thwaite, aka “ElectraGirl” was in San Francisco and used the chance to try DriveNow carsharing that includes the BMW i3. Her attempts were dampened only by a few bureaucratic hurdles along the way.
Download tip: The International Energy Agency has published the “Technology Roadmap Hydrogen and Fuel Cells.” Looking at FCVs, it concludes that even if 10,000 fuel cell cars hit the road, it could still take another 15 to 20 years for the market to be self-sustaining.