Most indicators suggest very limited demand for electric vehicles between now and 2020, with Western Europe and China, not the U.S., likely to be the biggest markets for plug-in vehicles, The Boston Consulting Group says. BCG analysts are even more pessimistic about the EV market than they were 18 months ago, when the consultancy was among the first to throw cold water on some of the euphoria surrounding the prospects for battery-powered vehicles. Several developments in the past year ...
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