EnergyCents- Ep 51: Electric Warriors: EVs, battery networks and the drive for differentiation
Investors, disruptive start-ups and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) are hunting for the points of competitive differentiation that will drive the future of automotive mobility. The result is a tangled web of battery innovation, retooled-automotive manufacturing, charging-network footprints, and brand-equity promotions. IHS Markit Automotive expert Graham Evans joins EnergyCents this week to help us sort out the competitive environment for electric vehicles, and to consider the various business models’ contingencies and enablers.
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