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
China’s railroads have significant potential to become the backbone of a modern, low-carbon intermodal freight transportation system.
An overview of strategies that can help China overcome bottlenecks and establish an efficient, clean intermodal freight system.
China’s electric vehicle market has come a long way, but merely following current policies will not fulfill promises to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the future.
The data is in—what’s the status of electric vehicle uptake in the three largest markets?
China’s “dual-credit” policy has already helped drive significant sales of new energy vehicles (NEVs) and is expected to be crucial to meeting the 2025 goal of 20% market share.
Coastal ferries are well-positioned to become electrified and to provide a cleaner option for summer coastal travel, analyses from China and the United States suggest.
Battery electric vehicles have the lowest life-cycle GHG emissions, today and into the foreseeable future.
There’s a lot more to China’s success with electric vehicles than simply putting the largest fleet on the road.
China’s recent policies signify the strategic importance of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles and are reminiscent of earlier support for electric vehicles.
COVID-19 had drastic but different impacts on vehicle markets in China, Europe, and the United States during the first half of 2020.
Converting municipal solid waste to ethanol fits with China’s ambitious bioethanol goals and could mean significant greenhouse gas savings.