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84% Of New Buses Might Be Electric By 2030

By Marissa Higgins

Most of us agree that electric cars are hot on the market. As they become more affordable and accessible, sales will likely only continue to rise. According to a new report from Bloomberg New Energy Finance, however, electric cars aren't the only form of transportation expected to make a big change.

According to their report, it's estimated that an astounding 84 percent of new vehicle sales will actually be electric buses. This report is looking at sales on the global level. 

As of right now, the report suggests that overall sales of electric vehicles will reach roughly 11 million by 2025. Then, 30 million in 2030. It's assumed that China will lead this increase, as their sales will make up roughy 50 percent of global electric vehicle sales market at that time.