The political momentum for Electric Vehicles (EV) is irresistible, with the British government’s pledge to ban fossil fuel vehicles by 2040, and national and city policies turning to favour EV all over Europe, the USA and developing countries. The International Energy Agency expects the number of electric cars on the road to increase from 2 million in 2016 to 70 million in 2025. 40% of new cars sold in Norway right now are electric.

Electro mobility (e-mobility) is a general term for the development of electric-powered drivetrains, energy storage and energy infrastructure designed to shift vehicle design away from the use of fossil fuels and carbon gas emissions. Some also tie the idea of smart power grids that will provide the energy that these vehicles run on, into e-mobility. Improving the efficiency of the vehicle goes along with improving the efficiency of the grid. These efforts, in combination, will lead to the greatly reduced energy demands and carbon gas emissions that national governments, as well as manufacturers, are pushing for.

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