Subsidy-Fueled EV Bubble Likely To Pop

Electric car manufacturers in Europe are slowing down production because battery cars have proven too expensive for the middle class and the supply of lithium for their batteries is too uncertain. Production in Europe this year is expected to be 12 million cars—a million less than previous estimates. Tesla, for example, is cutting prices to boost […]

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Supply Chain Reality Crashes Biden’s EV Agenda

Automakers are raising prices on their electric vehicles due to rising commodity costs, specifically for key materials needed for EV batteries. According to the International Energy Agency, while battery costs have been declining for a decade, EV battery costs are expected to increase 14 percent this year to $150 per kilowatt hour. Another firm expects the […]

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