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More than one million people worldwide followed the Volkswagen Group's two-hour event live. The media response was also varied and extremely positive.

Volkswagen Power Day 2021
The Volkswagen Group's live event generated more than one million views - most of them on Twitter.
Volkswagen wants to reduce the cost of e-car batteries by up to 50 percent.
One of the most striking event charts summarized the time pressure in implementing CO2-neutral mobility.

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Press Release

The Volkswagen Group presented its technology roadmap for batteries and charging up to 2030 today on its first Power Day. The goal of the roadmap is to significantly reduce the complexity and cost of the battery in order to make the electric car attractive and viable for as many people as possible. At the same time, the Group is aiming to secure the supply of battery cells beyond 2025. In Europe alone, six gigafactories with a total production capacity of 240 GWh are to be established by the end of the decade. Volkswagen is also vigorously pursuing expansion of the public fast-charging network globally. With this in mind, cooperations have been agreed in Europe with the energy companies BP (Great Britain), Iberdrola (Spain) and Enel (Italy).

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