With continued global growth of electric vehicles (EV), a new opportunity for the power sector is emerging: stationary storage powered by used EV batteries, which could exceed 200 gigawatt-hours by 2030.
Companies must navigate issues around strategy and technology, processes, and organization to keep up as software and electrical/electronic architecture grow more important to mobility.
To capture value in agriculture and construction, OEMs should innovate in four areas, including mastering digital and enhancing service with the newest technologies.
Our latest mobility start-up and investment tally shows the industry invested $120 billion in the last 24 months as it prepares for the years to come.
Increased passenger density and decreased vehicle footprint should bring strong growth for ridesharing in the decade ahead.
Battery-electric adoption could offer sizable potential in heavy machinery. There’s a strong business case for some applications already—and addressing barriers could unlock more opportunity.
Rethinking how we travel through our cities and towns means tracking the emissions we create as we do. The good news is that traveling may soon get cleaner.
Carsten Breitfeld, an industry veteran turned disruptor, explains how his Chinese-conceived, globally oriented start-up is tuned for the emerging mobility transformation.
How will regional variations in China, Europe, Brazil, India, and the United States reshape cars, carmakers, and the automotive “user experience”?
The company’s chief strategy officer describes Lyft’s aspirations to contribute to a broader mobility ecosystem.