the aspect in which Spain already surpasses Sweden and the USA

Spain has positioned ninth in the world ranking from more prepared countries for electric vehicle, According to a study by the consulting firm EY, which takes into account the supply capacity, demand and regulation electric mobility.

China leads the classification, since it has 122 of the 200 lithium gigafactories in the world. In addition to the growing demand and the operational charging infrastructure, according to Europa Press, 51% of Chinese consumers surveyed expect their next vehicle to be electric.

In second place was Norway, due to strong regulation in the form of fiscal benefits, as well as the introduction of lanes for electric vehicles and parking spaces, which has given rise to electric models representing more than 70% of all registrations in 2021.

The electric car ecosystem

Sweden, third in the ranking, has a “strong energy ecosystem”. To this is added the high consumer acceptance and its manufacturing capacity, as 41% of all cars produced in Sweden are expected to be electric between 2022 and 2026.

The report places Germany in fourth position, followed by the United Kingdom, South Korea, the United States, the Netherlands, Spain, France, Japan, Italy and Canada.

India closes the list, which faces some problems similar to those in Canada. The charging infrastructure and the price of electric cars are the main obstacles.

Spain, fourth in regulation

On the other hand, in the regulation section, Spain was placed in the fourth position thanks to the help of Plan Moves III. The investment of the Strategic Project for the Recovery and Economic Transformation of the Electric and Connected Vehicle also influences (Perte VEC) and incentives for the use of emission-free passenger cars. The report highlights the toll discounts, free parking and traffic lanes reserved for this type of car, such as OOW.

In the sections of supply and demand, Spain was in eleventh position in a classification led by China and Norway, respectively.

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