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  • E E I | E L E C T R I C V E H I C L E S A L E S : F A C T S & F I G U R E S

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    C U S T O M E R S O L U T I O N S Electric Transportation

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    Source: InsideEVs.com and HybridCars.com

    A B O U T

    890,000 E V s

    are on the road in the U.S.

    T O T A L E V S A L E S for 2018 are up

    40% compared

    to 2017

    Q2 2018 was the B E S T S A L E S

    Q U A R T E R E V E R with more than

    69,000 E V s S O L D

    Electric Vehicle Sales: Facts & Figures July 2018

    E L E C T R I C V E H I C L E S O N T H E R O A D

  • 2 | E E I | E L E C T R I C V E H I C L E S A L E S : F A C T S & F I G U R E S

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    Gasoline Electricity (equivalent)

    Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration

    K E Y F A C T S

    ¡ The average price to charge an EV is about $1.20 per gallon on an equivalent basis.

    ¡ EV sales continue to grow despite relatively low gaso- line prices since 2015.

    U.S. AVERAGE GASOLINE PRICE VS. EQUIVALENT ELECTRICIT Y PRICE

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    Source: InsideEVs.com and HybridCars.com

    K E Y F A C T S

    ¡ More than 69,000 EVs were sold in Q2 2018.

    ¡ Q2 2018 sales increased 26% over Q1 and 48% compared to Q2 2017.

    ¡ Overall for the year, EV sales are up 40% in 2018 compared to 2017.

    Q U A R T E R LY E V S A L E S I N T H E U . S .

    Note: Electricity equivalent calculated using the U.S. Department of Energy eGallon methodology, which assumes average EV efficiency of 32.6 kWh/100 miles and average gasoline car efficiency of 27.9 mpg.

  • E L E C T R I C V E H I C L E S A L E S : F A C T S & F I G U R E S | E E I | 3

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    Cumulative Number of EVs Sold

    204,272

    125,649

    82,448

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    Source: InsideEVs.com and HybridCars.com

    K E Y F A C T S

    ¡ It is estimated that Tesla sales have now surpassed the 200,000 cap for the $7,500 federal EV tax credit.

    ¡ According to Tesla's reported phase-out schedule, Tesla vehicles qualify for 50% of the credit starting in January 2019, then 25% of the credit in July 2019, before fully expiring in January 2020.

    T O TA L E V S A L E S B Y A U T O M A K E R

    E V S H A R E O F S A L E S B Y A U T O M A K E R

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    4.3%

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    EV Share of All New Cars Sold, First-Half 2018

    0.4%

    Source: InsideEVs.com, HybridCars.com, and GoodCarBadCar.net

    K E Y F A C T S

    ¡ BMW and Volvo stand out with a much higher share of EV sales than other auto- makers (excluding Tesla).

    ¡ BMW, Daimler, and Volk- swagen have announced EV sales targets in the range of 15-25% by 2025.

    ¡ Volvo has announced that it will only sell hybrids or EVs by 2019.

    Note: Chart does not include Tesla (100% EV share) and does not include Jaguar Land Rover, Mazda, and Subaru (0% EV share).

  • Edison Electric Institute 701 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20004-2696 202-508-5000 | www.eei.org July 2018

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    Other

    Japan

    U.S.

    Europe

    China

    Q1 2018 Q1 2017

    132,000 62,000

    93,000 67,000

    55,000 42,000

    18,000 14,000

    14,000 12,000

    Number of EVs Sold

    Source: EV-Volumes.com

    K E Y F A C T S

    ¡ Global EV sales totalled about 312,000 in Q1 2018, an increase of 58% compared to Q1 2017.

    ¡ U.S. EV sales made up about 18% of global EV sales in Q1 2018.

    ¡ U.S. EV sales in Q1 2018 grew by about 32% over Q1 2017, lagging behind growth in Europe of 39% and growth in China of 113%.

    G L O B A L E V S A L E S Q 1 2 0 1 8 V S . Q 1 2 0 1 7

    Questions or comments? Contact Kellen Schefter at kschefter@eei.org

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