According to the latest Bloomberg New Energy Finance's forecast - New Energy Outlook 2018 - falling battery prices will significantly affect energy market.
According to the latest report-forecast from Bloomberg New Energy Finance, plug-in electric cars will take majority of sales (55% or 60 million units) by 2040.
The number of charging points in the U.S. increased in 2017 by about 17.5% to over 47,100, which is more than 100 times than in 2008.
According to Bloomberg New Energy Finance, who surveyed over 50 companies, lithium-ion battery prices are today cheaper than ever $209/kWh (pack level)
Plug-in EVs are the quickest growing branch of automotive industry. In the third quarter, sales increased by 63% to more than 287,000
Bloomberg New Energy Finance updated its global plug-in electric car sales forecast from previous 35% by 2040 to 54% by 2040.
According to the Bloomberg New Energy Finance, oil companies are now beginning to realize their destiny on the eve of the electric car boom.
According to Bloomberg New Energy Finance and McKinsey & Company, by 2030 electric cars will take about 60% share in densely populated high-income cities.
Bloomberg New Energy Finance forecast that 95 GWh of EV batteries will be extracted from electric cars by 2025. 26 GWh to be used in ESS.
BNEF: some 12 years will be needed before total ESS output meet today's solar output.