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Renault-backed hydrogen company Hyvia expects its long-distance fuel cell vehicles to complement battery electric vehicles. By Lee Monks
Electric vehicle (EV) sales are at an all-time high and forecast to grow still higher. Between 2017 to 2022, the International Energy Agency (IEA) records that EV sales jumped from around one million to more than ten million. Furthermore, figures from online data platform Statista suggest global EV revenues will rise from US$561.3bn in 2023 to US$906.7bn by 2028, a CAGR of 10.07%.
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Valerie Colon is a news writer for TNT News. She loves writing about sports, education, and technology. She has a degree in journalism from the University of Georgia and has been writing professionally for over two years. She loves writing about hot topics that impact her community and hopes to one day write for major publications.