According to the latest data from the ACEA, in the first nine months of 2018, total passenger plug-in car registrations are way up in Europe.
According to the ACEA, the number of roughly 100,000 charging points in the European Union should increase at least 20 times to 2 million by 2025.
We dig deep into plug-in electric car sales in Europe, based on the registrations data from ACEA for the first half of the year. Here's what we found.
European market grows consistently this year, above 40% year-over-year. In the first half of the year some 183,285 new passenger plug-ins were registered.
Passenger plug-in electric car sales in Europe - European Union and EFTA (Norway, Switzerland) - increased during the first quarter by healthy 40.9% to 88,329...
European Union (EU) and EFTA (Norway, Switzerland) ended 2016 with a 9.7% higher gain for plug-in electric vehicle sales over 2016, notching 206,584 deliveries
EV registration data indicates a temporary slowing of plug-in vehicles sales in Europe for the second quarter. Q3/Q4 will be much improved
ACEA released earlier this month a new edition overview of the incentives available for buying electric vehicles in European Union for 2016
Car registrations statistics released by ACEA shows a strong increase in electric car sales in Europe in Q1'2016 by 28.8% year-over-year to 48,189.
European plug-in electric car market doubled in 2015 to record high 186,170 (compared to 92,455 in 2014).
37,610 new passenger BEV+EREV+PHEV+FCEV were registered in Europe (EU + EFTA) during third quarter of 2015.
72,741 new plug-in passenger cars were registered in six-months of 2015 in Europe (EU+EFTA), which is 76.9% more than year earlier.