95.6 GWh of EV battery capacity deployed in 2019

In 2019, 95.6 GWh of battery capacity was deployed globally in new passenger EVs, an increase of 30% over the prior year, according to a tracking system developed by Adamas Intelligence.

  • Asia Pacific led the pack with 50.9 GWh deployed, an increase of 27% year-over-year.
  • Europe followed with 23.9 GWh deployed, a large increase of 89% year-over-year.
  • The Americas deployed just 20.5 GWh, only 1% higher than the prior year.
  • The Middle East and Africa combined had 0.17 GWh, up 57% year-over-year.

At the global level in 2019, fully electric BEVs were responsible for 90% of all passenger vehicle battery capacity deployed, followed by plug-in hybrids with 7% and hybrids with the remaining 3%.

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Source: Adamas Intelligence

  • freedomev

    True but the US was only 1 company. making 20% of the world supply.
    And won’t be stagnant for long as the new techs come out like doubling next yr output and maybe that again in another yr as no longer needing to rely on companies that are allergic to fast growth.

  • SJC_1

    1% of the vehicles sold worldwide.