Low Gas Prices: The Double-Whammy Negative Impact on US EV Sales

The COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on supply chains and consumer spending will have a negative effect on electric vehicle sales in the US, likely for the next 12-18 months. But a potential double whammy impact on EV sales is the lowest gas prices that many regions have seen in the last decade or more.

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Presentation: “When Will EVs ‘Cross the Chasm’ Into the Mainstream in the US?”

In this article I share selected screenshots of several slides from the 36-slide presentation - "When Will EVs 'Cross the Chasm' Into the Mainstream in the US?" - and add some underlying comments to provide a high-level flavor of my presentation.

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15 Shifts: How The Transition to Electric Vehicles Will Transform Industries, Jobs and the Environment

The transition to electric vehicles is poised to reshape many industries, jobs, economies and the environment. Most of these shifts will be positive in the long run, but some will create disruption and pain during the transition off of fossil fuels.

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The Next High-Volume Selling EVs: Ford Escape PHEV and Tesla Model Y
Ford Escape PHEV spy shot | Image Source: Autoblog

The Next High-Volume Selling EVs: Ford Escape PHEV and Tesla Model Y

With sales of an estimated 14,000+ units in July and 6,000+ in May and June for the Tesla Model 3, the much talked about EV has now moved into the…

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