To get the transport sector on track to meet its climate targets, the number of charging points needs to increase more than twenty-fold by 2030 compared to 2020 levels.
Digital solutions powered by data are a powerful instrument to speed up the deployment of charging infrastructure by solving efficiency issues and reducing the uncertainty of investments.
This summary outlines two digital solutions showing that by pooling data, companies can reduce carbon emissions from electric vehicle charging by 15% and unlock crucial grid capacity and capital efficiency gains when deploying charging infrastructure
WBCSD developed these results in collaboration with Arcadis and Fujitsu. As a next step, WBCSD will be convening businesses in a data-sharing coalition to bolster new digital solutions for the transition to zero-emission mobility.
If you are interested in joining us or learning more about our work, please contact Thomas Deloison, Director, Mobility.