EV forecasts

Volvo XC40 Recharge next to Polestar 2. Photo by Kyle Field | CleanTechnica.

“Bold” EV Predictions Revisited

In a recently published article in CleanTechnica, I shared the “bold” predictions of UK think tank Rethink Energy. They accorded with my own views and how fast the transition to electric vehicles was moving. I need to acknowledge that I may have misrepresented the findings from the graphs in my … [continued]

Why Cleantech Forecasting Often Sucks, & Some Solutions (#Electrifying Webinar)

I was in a meeting last year with a bunch of cleantech experts. One of them asked a top analyst in the room something akin to, “Hey, why does your forecast for EV adoption level off like this around 2030?” This was an aggressive adoption forecast among conventional forecasters and analysts, but not the kind of earth-shattering forecast you get from a Tony Seba or such.

A $10 Billion Per Anno EV Market

Originally published on the ECOreport. Michel Langezaal believes that electric cars could replace gas cars, as the vehicle of choice, within a decade. The tipping point will come after they have more range and are competitively priced. He said, “History shows us that once you hit 5% or 6%, if the product … [continued]