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Report: Nearly half of the world's cars will be electric vehicles by 2040

  • Source:the Internet
  • Release on:2019-01-24

The International Energy Agency released the World Energy Outlook 2018 in Beijing on the 23rd. The report believes that 20% of global electricity demand growth will come from China's motor demand. By 2040, all of the world's energy demand growth will come from developing economies, and nearly half of the world's cars will be electric cars.

Laura Cozzi, chief energy model officer of the International Energy Agency, said at a press conference that day that electricity is increasingly becoming the "fuel" of choice for economies that rely more on light industry, services and digital technologies. By 2040, nearly half of the world's cars will be electric cars.electric powerThe share of final energy consumption will increase to nearly one-third.

The report shows that withSolar photovoltaicThe competitiveness is increasing, and its installed capacity will exceed wind power by 2025, surpassing hydropower by 2030, and surpassing coal power by 2040. Renewable energy generation will increase from the current 25% to around 40%. China's nuclear power generation will surpass the United States and the European Union by 2030.

In 2017, the global population of non-electricity fell below 1 billion for the first time. But the International Energy Agency estimates that more than 700 million people will not be able to use electricity by 2040, and they are mainly located in rural settlements in sub-Saharan Africa.

In terms of oil and gas, the report believes that car oil consumption will peak in the next five years or so. However, the petrochemical, truck, aircraft and shipbuilding industries continue to put oil demand on the rise.

By 2025, the United States will account for more than half of the global oil and gas production growth. Nearly one-fifth of the world's oil and one-quarter of natural gas are produced in the United States. The shale revolution will put tremendous pressure on traditional oil and gas exporting countries.

Natural gas will surpass coal as the second largest fuel in the global energy mix. Global gas use will increase by 45% in 2030.

The conference was jointly organized by the International Energy Agency and the Electric Power Planning and Design Institute. The General Regulations and the International Energy Agency jointly established the International Energy Agency's China Liaison Office to promote the promotion and application of relevant research results of the International Energy Agency in China, and to promote exchanges and cooperation between Chinese energy companies, research institutions and the International Energy Agency.

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