Autology: Part 2: Pledges vs Practicality - Are governments keeping their EV promises?
In this week’s episode of Autology, S&P Global Mobility experts discuss what governments are doing to keep their EV promises.
This includes a look at where the EV industry currently stands in key automotive markets globally and how these markets will evolve in the coming years. The regulatory environment of course plays a big role here, but how effective have regulations really been in advancing electromobility?
With many policy and regulation models around, which countries are ahead of the curve, which ones are falling behind and is there a country that could emerge as the dark horse in promoting electromobility?
And what role do subsidies and the push for localized manufacturing play in carrying forward countries’ net-zero commitments?
Tune in to find out the answers, and much more!
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Speaker: Srikant Jayanthan, Senior Analyst – E-Mobility at S&P Global Mobility and
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