Employees work on the assembly line of electric vehicle maker Seres Automobile in Chongqing, China, on August 9. Photo: Getty Images
Employees work on the assembly line of electric vehicle maker Seres Automobile in Chongqing, China, on August 9. Photo: Getty Images
Kavitha Yarlagadda
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Kavitha Yarlagadda

Why electric vehicles are set for accelerated growth this decade

  • Fears for the sector during the pandemic proved unfounded when global electric vehicle sales rose sharply last year, led by China
  • Public awareness of climate change, government carbon neutrality targets and lower costs are driving a boom that looks set to continue

Employees work on the assembly line of electric vehicle maker Seres Automobile in Chongqing, China, on August 9. Photo: Getty Images
Employees work on the assembly line of electric vehicle maker Seres Automobile in Chongqing, China, on August 9. Photo: Getty Images
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