A 2022 update on electric car sales: China taking the lead, the U.S. catching up, and Europe falling behind
Standards and supporting policies can have a big impact on the electric vehicle market
Will newly introduced language in a European Council agreement weaken the 2035 phase-out and keep combustion engines alive?
The data is in—what’s the status of electric vehicle uptake in the three largest markets?
Despite warnings that each step of the EU CO2 regulation would be too difficult to achieve, the targets have proven to be effective at driving innovation
Raising the bar: French and Italian manufacturers are leading on electric vehicle target announcements
Although a full phase-out of new combustion engine vehicles still going through the legislative process, manufacturers are adapting their strategic product plans.
Peter Mock has worked on EV technologies and policies for years. Then he went through the process of finding, registering, and operating one. It’s been a different experience—and an excellent reality check.
Initial reactions to the European Commission’s “Fit for 55” proposal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the EU.
Without strengthened interim targets for 2025 to 2029, the European Union risks losing its leading role in the uptake of electric vehicles. The 2030 target by itself won’t fix it.
COVID-19 had drastic but different impacts on vehicle markets in China, Europe, and the United States during the first half of 2020.
Rapid changes are occurring in the European auto sector, including significant increases in the electric vehicle share of new registrations in most markets.
Una decisión ligada al destino de España: ¿Otro paquete de recuperación tras el COVID-19 como forma de facilitar la integración de los vehículos eléctricos en el mercado?
Se espera que España anuncie un paquete de soporte para la industria automotriz en los próximos días. ¿Optarán por fuertes incentivos para la electrificación?
Spain is expected to announce a support package for the automotive industry in the coming days. Will they opt for strong incentives for electrification?