Emphasizes how transitioning to zero-emission vehicles and providing urban dwellers with a diversity of alternatives to cars in cities around the world can combine to significantly cut CO2 emissions.
Explores ways to process and publish data collected about truck operations in India to support the transition to zero-emission trucks.
Expanding the used battery electric vehicle (BEV) market can help alleviate financial barriers to the technology and promote equitable access to BEVs across the broad population.
Highlights how the coming standardization of the North American Charging Standard (NACS), a universal plug shape, and new federal policies that promise improvements in charger functionality and ease of payment will make EV charging more accessible and reliable for drivers.
Levying taxes on airplane tickets could help provide a stable source of revenue for a new Loss and Damage Fund, which has been created to aid climate-vulnerable nations dealing with global warming effects.
Explores the job creation potential in the U.S. for building electric medium- and heavy-duty vehicle charging infrastructure, highlighting the need for a large workforce in infrastructure, with an estimate of over 262,000 jobs driven mostly by “front-of-meter” infrastructure upgrades.
Explores some of the non-fiscal incentives proposed by states and union territories in India to promote electric vehicles and the expected benefits of such policies.
Explores the greenhouse gas emissions risks associated with using flex-fuel plug-in hybrid cars with biofuels in Brazil as an alternative to battery electric vehicles in the context of the country’s climate goals.
Explora os riscos associados ao uso de carros híbridos plug-in flex com biocombustíveis no Brasil como uma alternativa aos veículos elétricos a bateria (BEVs) no contexto das metas climáticas do país.
That more than 1 million light-duty electric vehicles were sold in the United States in just the first three quarters of 2023, 58% higher than the same period in 2022, signals a strong positive trend for EV adoption in the country.
Explores how the GHG Fuel Standard (GFS) can be designed to align with the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) GHG strategy and the Paris Agreement.
Regulating the life-cycle greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions intensity of marine fuels is crucial amidst the rise of LNG-fueled ships.