A transition to net-zero emissions would entail much greater demand for electric vehicles. McKinsey analysis shows how the shift could create opportunities and risks for automakers around the world.
Mobility is essential to social interaction, commerce, exploration, and self-expression—and now it must be decarbonized to limit the buildup of physical climate risks. The transition to low-emission mobility requires not just a move away from ICE technologies but also the reengineering of value chains. Coordinated responses by the private and public sectors can ease this transition, so that stakeholders can benefit from the opportunities and weather the risks it will bring. Read the full article here.
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