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CAN THE GRID SUPPORT FUTURE EV GROWTH?

It is not likely that EVs will create a power-demand disaster but could reshape the demand curve. EVs could soon face a different kind of gridlock, with the transport electrification accelerating, electricity suppliers and distributors must comprehend the possible impact of EVs on electricity demand.

But according to McKinsey (2018), their analysis suggests that projected growth in electric transport will not drive major growth in total electrical-grid power demand in the near to mid-term, therefore limiting the need for new electricity-generation capacity during that period [24]. Furthermore, most private EV users charge at night when electricity demand is at its lowest.

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