Pixie Chart of the Week | £232bn in EV investment announced

A study published by Reuters on 10 January has revealed that $300bn (£232bn) of global investment is planned for EVs (electric vehicles) over the next 10 years. This represents the publicly announced procurement and investment budgets of automotive Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) (car manufacturers). Actual spending on research and development, engineering, and the outlay from technology companies, could exceed this sum.

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