European Countries Listed By Plug-In Electric Car Market Share In H1 2020

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09.11.2020


The average market share of new passenger plug-in electric cars in Europe more than doubled in H1 2020 to 7.8% (from less than 3% in H1 2019).

In this post we will compare plug-in market share in 28 countries – the European Union plus EFTA (Norway, Switzerland, Iceland) and the UK, using available registration data from the European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA).

The average for the European Union is 6.9% (compared to 2.4% a year ago). 2-4 top countries highly inflated the average result. In 15 countries, share exceeded 5%.

New passenger car registrations:

  • BEVs (plus FCVs): 221,171 (up 35.8%) at 4.3% share
  • PHEV: 178,250 (up 114%) at 3.5% share
  • Total Plug-ins (plus FCVs): 399,421 (up 61.5%) at 7.8% share

The top countries (above 10%) are:

  • Norway – 68.5%
  • Iceland – 43.5%
  • Sweden – 25.9%
  • Finland – 15.4%
  • Netherlands – 12.7%
  • Portugal – 11.4%
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In the case of all-electric cars, the average for the market is over 4.3% (up from 2% in 2019).

Only two countries noted double-digit BEV share with the unprecedented position of Norway, which stands out as a global phenomenon (no change here). So far this year, 7 countries are above 5%.

The top countries are:

  • Norway – 48.1%
  • Iceland – 25.5%
  • Netherlands – 9.2%
  • Sweden – 7.3%
  • France – 6.3%
  • Portugal – 5.6%
  • Switzerland – 5.5%
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The average for plug-in hybrids is 3.5%, way up compared to just 1% in 2019. Four countries noted double-digit PHEV share.

The top countries are:

  • Norway – 20.4%
  • Sweden – 18.6%
  • Iceland – 18.0%
  • Finland – 12.3%
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* some data estimated

** only countries, for which data are available

*** all BEV charts include FCVs (negligible number)



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