While there are a lot of innovative facets of the Euro 7 proposal, some aspects could use some improvement
Including zero-emission tractors in the FAME II scheme would send a strong signal to the industry and is essential for supporting India’s net-zero goal.
By signing the Global MOU and committing to 100% ZEV truck sales in 204 the Biden Administration sends an important signal at a key moment. It will shape EPA’s ambition for the Phase III GHG standard, and changes the game globally as well.
Zero-emission sales of trucks and buses are on the rise, but a lack of long-range options for Europe’s highest polluting vehicles hampers progress
A recent string of voluntary electrification targets set by large car manufacturers could be the start of more ambitious global announcements in the future, if major vehicle markets other than Europe set regulations to drive accelerated adoption of zero-emission vehicles.
Energy cooperatives: A key opportunity to integrate renewable energy with electric vehicles in India
By supporting energy cooperatives, regulators in India can help connect rapidly expanding renewable energy generation with battery electric vehicles and spur deployment of charging infrastructure.
Examines new policy initiatives for zero-emission vehicles in Mexico, and the additional effort needed.
Planning for and setting up electric bus charging infrastructure, which needs to happen alongside the bus-procurement process, involves depot setup and working with power companies on upstream equipment.
To put the United States on track to reach 50% electric vehicle sales in 2030, cut the greenhouse gas target in half
Making the next round of standards at anything less stringent would mean leaving climate benefits on the table
To reduce the impacts of global climate change and protect the Arctic and its peoples, the European Union should consider adding black carbon emissions from ships to its climate regulations.