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Browsing the "Portugal EV sales" Tag

Germany, France, & UK Lead In New EV Sales In Europe

August 22nd, 2020 | by Zachary Shahan

I recently published articles on the top countries in the world in terms of plug-in vehicle market share and fully electric vehicle market share — that is, the countries with the highest shares of their overall auto sales coming from plug-in vehicle sales or from 100% electric vehicle sales


Top 14 European Countries In EV Market Share — Sales From 2012–2020 (Charts)

July 29th, 2020 | by Zachary Shahan

I recently published a report on the top 5 countries in terms of plugin vehicle market share (percentage of their auto sales coming from plugin vehicle sales). Underneath that article, some readers requested that I do a report focused only on fully electric vehicles. I thought that was a good idea, so here's a report on that topic


Top 6 Countries For Plugin Vehicle Market Share — Charts

July 25th, 2020 | by Zachary Shahan

In January, I wrote about four countries leading the world in electric vehicle adoption — not in terms of absolute sales, but in terms of plugin vehicle market share in those countries. My main interest was examining how their adoption curves looked and if they were similar. Half a year later, here's an update


Portugal EV Market Share = 12%

July 12th, 2020 | by Zachary Shahan

Portugal is a somewhat surprising bright spot in the electric vehicle market. It has one of the highest EV market shares (share of its overall auto market) in the world, yet is not a very wealthy nation like Norway of the Netherlands. And it's EV market share hasn't popped all of a sudden. The country has been doing well consistently for a while


Record Month For Tesla In Portugal — June EV Sales Report

July 23rd, 2019 | by Jose Pontes

Plug-in vehicle (PEV) sales are as hot as a summer afternoon in Lisbon, with 1,263 plug-ins being registered in June. That's a 5% PEV share of the overall auto market and up 75% year over year (YoY). It's just 20 units behind the all-time record (1,283 units), which was registered last March



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