Electric mobility comprises all street vehicles that are powered by an electric motor and primarily get their energy from the power grid. This includes battery electric vehicles (BEVs), plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs), hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs), range-extended electric vehicles (EVs). If electric groups are grouped in another way, it includes passenger light-duty vehicles (PLDVs), light commercial vehicles (LCVs), buses, trucks, two/three-wheelers. Aside from electric cars, the whole concepts, including the energy supply issues as well as the charging and traffic infrastructure, must be covered, since all sectors are interconnected together. EVs were first invented in the mid 19-th century; however, the rise of internal combustion engines contributed to the decline of electric cars and led to its reintroduction in the last few decades as the environmental impact of a vehicle became high in priority (34). The electric mobility concept is gaining power drastically in the automotive industry. According to the report done by BloombergNEF, over 2million electric vehicles were sold in 2018 compared to a few thousand in 2010, showing the implication that the number will get much more prominent in the future (32). The same report states that by 2040, 57% of all passenger vehicle sales and over 30% of the global passenger sales will be electric. More findings will be introduced in the main report discussion.