Market Graphics

New Electric Vehicle Registrations in Germany

Newly-registered passenger cars with alternatively fueled engines came out on top in Germany in 2021: 355,961 battery electric vehicles (BEVs) increased their share by as much as 83 percent to 13.6 percent. In total, electric vehicles (PHEVs and BEVs) thus have a share of 26 percent.

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Share of New Electric Vehicle Registrations in Germany in 2021

Over the course of the past year, the share of all-electric vehicles (BEVs) in new passenger car registrations in Germany has steadily grown. In January 2021, for example, they accounted for 9.6 percent and in December 2021 for 21.3 percent.

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Plug-In Sales – Europe's Top 15 Countries

E-mobility in Europe is picking up speed – and is racing ahead more rapidly in Germany than in any other European country. One in three electric cars newly registered in 2021 drives on German roads, according to figures for the first ten months of this year.

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Phasing Out the Fossil Combustion Engine

August, 2021 – 841 KB

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New Registrations of Electric Verhicles – Top 5 Countries in Europe

March, 2021 – 410 KB

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Public EV Charging Points – Europe's Top 5 Countries

February, 2021 - 479 KB

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BEV + PHEV Sales & Growth

February 2021 - 317 KB

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E-Vehicles (Global Inventory as of January 2021)

March, 2021 - 443 KB

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Solar Power Generates Mobility

Source: Solar Promotion GmbH 12/2019

A PV system with a capacity of 3.25 kWp in a single-family home in Germany can provide enough power annually to operate an electric car for around 18,000 kilometers emission free.

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Public EV Charging Points – Europe's Top 10 Countries

October, 2019 - 313 KB

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Road Transport Responsible for over 50% of Worldwide Oil Consumption

November, 2018 - 493 KB

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Further Content

Solar, Storage & E-mobility

Smart Combinations to Unlock new Commercial Potential

The energy solutions of the future will connect PV storage devices with electric vehicles, be it for charging or for connecting vehicle batteries to stabilize the power grid.

Press release

Power2Drive Europe 2022: Renewable Charging Instead of Fossil Fuel: Intelligent Charging Solutions for E-cars Combine Energy System and Mobility Transformation

April 7, 2022

A car becomes a mobile power bank when it feeds power back into the grid as needed. Bidirectional charging turns the charging infrastructure into an interface between the transport and mobility and energy sectors. Power2Drive Europe will present Europe's largest range of mobility solutions in the field of renewable energies at Messe München from May 11 to 13, 2022.

Press Release

One Ticket, Four Conferences: Immerse Yourself In The New Energy World at The smarter E Europe

April 19, 2022

What does the power supply of tomorrow look like? Which technological trends are dominating the industry? And which new business models are changing the face of the energy industry? Answers to these questions and more will be shared at the four conferences forming part of Europe’s largest platform for the energy industry, The smarter E Europe, on May 10–11, 2022.

Experteninterview

"Returns of up to 10% Can Be Generated Today"

19. April 2022

Interview with Dr. Claudia van Laak of the Open District Hub and Dr. Karsten Schmidt from Ampeers Energy about district sector coupling

Press release

EM-Power Europe 2022: Think Tanks: Start-Ups are Driving the Digitalization of Energy Systems

26. April 2022

Our future supply of electricity and heat from renewable sources relies on the different sectors of the energy system being intelligently intertwined – from energy generation and storage to distribution and use. And start-ups across the energy sectors are part of the push to unlock the key to that level of collaboration – digitalization.

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