By Jeff Cobb The global stock of plug-in electrified vehicles crested past 2 million last year, but there’s still a long way to go, say policymakers and advocates.
In its Global EV Outlook 2017, the International Energy Agency documented the total number of plug-in hybrids and all-electric cars as picking up pace since hitting 1 million in 2015.
This report, while making waves now, follows a report HybridCars.com broke in January.
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Counting vehicles where possible back to 2005, the IEA noted 95 percent of sales are clustered in 10 countries.
The U.S. held the
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