Whitepaper: Expansion of e-mobility is gradual – but this benefits the environment
The transition from internal combustion engines to electric vehicles plays an important role on a global scale in mitigating man-made climate change. However, this transformation will not take place suddenly, but gradually – and that makes sense ecologically. In many markets, including China, India, the USA and Germany, electric cars are not necessarily beneficial for the climate at present and in the medium term. Instead, they can even cause up to 30% more CO2 emissions than combustion engines. The analysis is now available free of charge in the form of a whitepaper.