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    Friday, February 13, 2015

    UK LEADS EU EV SALES RISE

    UK leads Europe in electric car growth; Registrations up 300 percent in the UK and 36.6 percent across the continent

    James Vincent, February 6, 2015 (The Verge)

    “Europe's interest in electric cars is slowly growing, with registrations of electric and hybrid vehicles up 36.6 percent last year. Of the major EU markets, the UK saw the biggest growth, with registrations up a massive 300 percent. The UK was followed by Germany (up 70 percent) and France (up 30 percent). Interest across the continent was split fairly evenly between hybrid vehicles (36,836) and all-electric cars (38,495), with the total number of registrations representing just 0.6 percent of the overall market. This is proportionally similar to the US, where concrete data isn't available but estimates put electric car sales at around 119,710 in 2014 — just over 0.7 percent of the market…[G]overnment incentives for buying electric cars [in the UK and the Netherlands, where similar tax exemptions are available but sales are down, show] mixed results…[[T]his variation might be caused by the maturity of different markets, with tax breaks only helping persuade individuals already tempted by electric cars…” click here for more

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