Relatório de Progresso 2021 - Fazer a transição para mobilidade de emissão-zero

ACEA

SET 2021

The 2021 update of the annual ‘Making the Transition to Zero-Emission Mobility’ report covers the progress made in the European Union on the key enabling factors for alternatively-powered passenger cars and vans.

This year – as part of its ‘Fit for 55’ climate package – the European Commission is reviewing the CO2 emission standards for new cars and vans, and proposing further reductions. As part of the same package, the Commission is also publishing its proposal for a review of the Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Directive (AFID).

The auto industry’s investments in alternatively-powered vehicles are paying off: in 2020 more than one in 10 cars registered in the EU was electrically chargeable. However, this positive trend can only be sustained if governments start making matching investments in infrastructure, and put in place meaningful and sustainable incentives.

The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) publishes this statistical Progress Report – now in its fourth edition – on an annual basis in order to monitor the availability of charging and refuelling infrastructure as well as the affordability of zero-emission vehicles. The aim is to track progress on these key enabling factors over time.

The 2021 edition of the ACEA Progress Report covers:

Market uptake of alternatively-powered vehicles
Passenger cars
Car registrations in the EU, by fuel type
New sales: share of alternatively-powered cars (EU and by country)
Cars on the road
Vans
Van registrations in the EU, by fuel type
New sales: share of alternatively-powered vans (EU and by country)
Vans on the road
Affordability
National income and uptake of electrically-chargeable cars, by country
Top 5: Countries with the LOWEST ECV market share in the EU
Top 5: Countries with the HIGHEST ECV market share in the EU
Infrastructure availability
Electrically-chargeable vehicles
Distribution of electric car charging points across the EU
Normal and fast charging points, by country
Correlation ECV infrastructure and surface area, by country
ECV market share / charging points per 100km of road, by country
Fuel cell vehicles
Top 5: Countries with MOST hydrogen points
Natural gas vehicles
Top 5: Countries with MOST CNG/LNG stations
Top 5: Countries with LEAST CNG/LNG stations
In addition, the Progress Report provides a comprehensive glossary that explains the various types of alternatively-powered vehicles and the infrastructure that each requires.

The report gives a factual, data-driven picture of progress, bringing together all available data sources (ACEA, EAFO, EEA, Eurostat, IHS Markit). In all cases it is the latest available full-year data for the European Union.