The global electric vehicle (EV) and EV charging markets bounced back strongly after a turbulent first half of 2022, with significant improvements across the board. After a slow start to the year caused by the outbreak of war in Ukraine and the subsequent energy crisis, several key market indicators hit record highs between July and December – as energy costs stabilize. EV sales and charging infrastructure scored particularly well, the latest edition of Roland Berger’s EV Charging Index shows. The surge was largely driven by the rapid expansion of charging networks, as well as strong improvements in key markets, such as the United States.
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