Una marea di modelli a batteria in arrivo. Problemi di autonomia e di prezzo in via di superamento. Per le elettriche, secondo McKinsey, resta da superare un solo scoglio: la rete di rifornimento.
Scalata la top ten mondiale per la qualità dei trasporti. Promossi i mezzi condivisi.
Indagine McKinsey. Rete capillare ma poco ecologica.
Dalla nicchia alla massa
Grazie a un rapporto autonomia/prezzo finalmente soddisfacente, le vetture a batteria sarebbero pronte a conquistare il mercato. Lo sostiene McKinsey.
La sostenibilità è un programma di change management
Dominic Barton è il Global Managing Partner di McKinsey. L'unità Sustainability and Resource Productivity di McKinsey aiuta leader aziendali di tutto il mondo a identificare e a implementare...
How battery storage can help charge the electric-vehicle market
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A strategic approach to climate action in cities—focused acceleration
Prioritizing efforts in four areas could help cities achieve 90 to 100 percent of the emissions reductions needed by 2030.
Public–private collaborations for transforming urban mobility
Partnerships that let cities take advantage of new mobility services should make urban transportation more accessible, affordable, and efficient.
Il Dragone vuol approfittare del dietrofront di Trump sulle emissioni
Il dominio cinese nel fotovoltaico.
Urban commercial transport and the future of mobility
Commercial traffic clogs city streets, contributes to pollution, and drives up the cost of doing business. But there are many ways to do better.
Cracks in the ridesharing market—and how to fill them
For all of its remarkable growth, ridesharing is still far from ubiquitous. To boost miles traveled, the industry will need new solutions, including smarter design.
Dynamics in the global electric-vehicle market
New research on electric mobility reveals Chinese OEMs produced 43 percent of EVs worldwide in 2016 and highlights other trends in supply and demand.
The future(s) of mobility: How cities can benefit
Autonomous vehicles, electric powertrains, vehicle sharing, and other advances are transforming urban mobility. Planning ahead can help cities capture the benefits of the shift, from cleaner air to...
Battery storage: The next disruptive technology in the power sector
Low-cost storage could transform the power landscape. The implications are profound.
Winds of change? Why offshore wind might be the next big thing
Falling costs and rising acceptance are promising signs, but the industry needs to keep improving.
How shared mobility will change the automotive industry
While sharing cars likely means slower growth of vehicle sales, it also suggests strong new opportunities for automakers, suppliers, and many more mobility players.