Electric vehicles are set to overcome historic and significant hurdles: sticker price, range anxiety and limited model options. Annual sales are forecasted to jump from 1% today to 25% in 2030 and cross 50% by 2040.
Nearly every major car maker has announced new models for EVs. By 2020, there will be 44 models of EVs available in North America.
Watch the Video Discussion with Panelists from Daimler Benz, Chargepoint and Lucid
Please join us for a lively panel discussion with diverse electric vehicle experts as they provide their take on the future of the industry and tackle tough questions like:
- What are the remaining technical, economic and political hurdles that will impact the mass adoption of EVs?
- Charging infrastructure vs EVs – the chicken and the egg problem.
- What’s the right amount and mix of charging infrastructure?
- Connected, Autonomous, Shared and Electric – How important is “electric” to this futuristic concept?
- When will EVs be cheaper to own than conventional internal combustion engine vehicles?
- Battery costs have fallen 74% since 2010 – what other technology opportunities exist i.e. new battery chemistry, economies of scale?
- China’s EV targets outpace Europe and the US. What are the implications for traditional automakers and Silicon Valley startups?
- California’s latest Executive Order targets 5 million EVs on the road by 2030. How do we get there?
Sven Beiker – Moderator & Keynote Speaker, Stanford GSB
Pat Romano – CEO Chargepoint
Fred Kim – R&D Group Manager – Daimler Benz
Albert Liu – Director of Battery Technology, Lucid Motor
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Estimated $112B Market by 2025