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Global EV Outlook 2024 Technical Webinar (afternoon session)

Background information

The latest Global EV Outlook, published on 23 April 2024, assesses recent developments in electric mobility around the world.

Combining analysis of historical data with projections – now extended to 2035 – the report examines key topics for the deployment of electric vehicles and charging infrastructure, including battery demand, investment trends, and policy development.

The Outlook includes analysis of lessons learned from leading markets, and insights into how electric vehicle (EV) deployment is advancing in emerging markets, providing information for policy makers and wider stakeholders. It provides the latest data on what EV adoption means for electricity and oil consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.

The 2024 edition also features analysis of electric vehicle affordability, second-hand markets, lifecycle emissions of electric cars and their batteries, and grid impacts from charging electric medium- and heavy-duty trucks.

Accompanying the Global EV Outlook 2024 are two online tools - the Global EV Data Explorer and the Global EV Policy Explorer - allowing users to interactively explore EV statistics, projections and policy measures worldwide. 

Following a public livestream on the morning of 23 April, the Global EV Outlook 2024 will additionally be presented to registered viewers in two separate technical webinar events on 25 April at 16:30-17:30 (CEST) and on 26 April at 9:30-10:30 (CEST). The two technical webinars are designed primarily for industry professionals, policy makers and researchers working in the field of electric vehicles. During the webinar the authors will present and discuss the main findings of the report. Attendees will be given a chance to comment and ask questions during a Q&A session.