Electric mobility may be growing at a rapid pace around the world, but it could be some time before e-cars go mainstream.
Out of more than 5.1 million electric cars on the roads globally, nearly two million electric cars were sold in China, Europe and the U.S. last year. The International Energy Agency is aiming to increase the share of electric vehicles globally to 30% by 2030.
Chinese automakers Beijing Electric Vehicle and BYD, U.S. electric carmaker Tesla and Japan’s Nissan were the top producers. Together, they manufactured approximately 560,000 of the world’s fully electric cars.
Still, this number accounts for less than 1% of the one billion vehicles being driven today, according to…