Global EV Outlook 2023 released

The annual Global EV Outlook identifies and analyses recent developments in electric mobility across the globe. Combining historic findings with forward-looking projections, the report examines key areas such as deployment of electric vehicles and charging infrastructure, energy use, CO2 emissions and battery demand

Every year, the Electric Vehicles Initiative (EVI) supports the publication of the Global EV Outlook, which examines recent developments in electric mobility on a global scale.

By combining historical analysis and projections until 2030, the report investigates important areas of interest such as the deployment of electric vehicles and charging infrastructure, battery demand, electricity consumption, oil displacement, greenhouse gas emissions, and relevant policy developments. The report also draws on lessons learned from leading markets to inform policymakers and stakeholders about policy frameworks and market systems for electric vehicle adoption.

This year's edition includes an analysis of the financial performance of EV-related companies, venture capital investments in EV-related technologies, and the trade of electric vehicles. In addition, the report features two online tools: the Global EV Data Explorer and Global EV Policy Explorer, which enable users to interactively explore EV statistics and projections, as well as policy measures around the world.

The data on fuel cell electric vehicles can be found in a brief summary on page 37 of the report. The AFC TCP will publish a more detailed version shortly.

Please find the key links below:


Launch Event

Press release

The Technology Collaboration Programme on the Research, Development and Demonstration on Advanced Fuel Cells (Advanced Fuel Cells Technology Collaboration Programme, AFC TCP) functions within a framework created by the International Energy Agency (IEA). The activities of the AFC TCP are coordinated by the IEA’s Working Party on Energy End-use Technologies (EUWP). Views, findings and publications of the AFC TCP do not necessarily represent the views or policies of the IEA Secretariat or of its individual member countries.