ACEA: plug-in vehicles take 6.8% market share in Europe in Q1 2020; HEVs at 9.4%

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By contrast, demand for diesel and gasoline vehicles tumbled dramatically, although gasoline-powered cars still account for more than half of the EU market, according to the European Association of Automobile Manufacturers (ACEA).

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Sales of chargeable vehicles more than triple in EU in Q3 to take 9.9% new market share

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during the same period last year, according to data from the European Association of Automobile Manufacturers (ACEA). With the exception of Cyprus, all EU markets saw declines in demand for gasoline cars during the three-month period, including the four major markets. In the third quarter of 2020, 9.9% of passenger cars sold in the EU were electrically-chargeable vehicles, compared to 3.0%

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ACEA: EU commercial vehicle registrations: down 23.2% in Q1 2020; -47.3% in March

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across the EU, as measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 lead to the closure of dealerships, according to the ACEA (European Automobile Manufacturers Association). In March 2020, demand for new commercial vehicles fell by 47.3%

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ACEA report finds growth of charging points not keeping pace with rising demand for electric vehicles in Europe

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A new report by the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) shows that despite strong growth, the available charging infrastructure for electric vehicles in the EU still falls far below what is needed, and remains unevenly distributed across member states. The country with the most infrastructure, the Netherlands, has more than 1,000 times more charging points than the country with the least infrastructure (Cyprus, with 38 charging points).

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Growing Number of EU Countries Levying CO2 Taxes on Cars and Incentivizing Plug-ins

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At present, 17 of the 27 EU Member States levy CO 2 -related taxes on passenger cars, and 15 governments provide tax incentives for electrically chargeable vehicles, according to the newly published European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) Tax Guide 2010. It would maximize emission reductions, support manufacturers and maintain the integrity of the single market. EU countries with CO 2 -based taxation policies by year since 2006. Data: ACEA. Click to enlarge.

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