Capgemini: World Energy Markets Observatory

The 19th annual edition of this wide-ranging report shows the direction of world enivironmental policy as well as the economics as they currently stand with energy. Wind, solar, nuclear and fossil-fueled generation sources are all examined.

For example: “Battery costs should be below $190/kWh by the end of the decade or even before, and between 2025 and 2030, battery pack costs should fall below $100/kWh. At that time, compact and mid-size EVs should reach true price parity (without subsidies) with (internal combustion engine) vehicles.”


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