Evolving consumer demands are also helping e-mobility gain mainstream traction. In fact, automotive consulting firm AutoPacific reports that consumer demand in the US will increase to 5.6% of total light vehicle sales in 2022. This number was 3.3% in 2021. One reason for this increase is that consumers are looking for eco-friendly alternatives to traditional transport vehicles, which contribute about one quarter of all energy-related carbon dioxide emissions to the atmosphere.
These shifts in policy and consumer sentiment not only usher in a new era for e-mobility, but highlight the need for continued technological advancement. “Scaling e-mobility technology more efficiently is critical to accelerating the widespread adoption of electric vehicles and reducing carbon emissions around the world,” said Jeff Harris, vice president of corporate and portfolio marketing at Keysight Technologies, a US- based provider of design, emulation. , and test equipment for electronics. He continues, “There are immediate opportunities for innovation across the e-mobility ecosystem that will help make EVs more affordable, convenient and desirable for consumers.”
As organizations rise to the challenge, innovations are emerging, from new battery designs to EV charging and EV equipment (EVSE) or charging infrastructure that together promise to drive electric vehicle adoption and contribute to a cleaner planet.
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