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.
Truck manufacturers recently showed support for stringent pollutant emission standards in the United States and the European Parliament can consider more meaningful Euro 7 standards.
The proposed CO2 standards for trucks and buses don’t align with Europe’s climate goals. Parliament can get them back on track (or completely derail them)
This blog explores the impact of the amendments proposed by the European Parliament to the European Commission’s proposed CO2 emission standards for trucks and buses in the EU.
This blog discusses the differing GHG emission standards proposed by the United States and European Union for heavy-duty vehicles and highlights the impact of their distinct approaches.
Let’s delve into EU’s market for electric trucks and buses—with the help of some interactive charts—to answer the million-dollar question: Are the current trends good or bad news for the climate?
Trains are not just more sustainable than short-haul flights, they can also save time and provide a better overall travel experience.
An analysis of a variety of tax and purchase incentives designed to make battery electric vehicles more affordable in Germany and France.
This marks the first time that a zero-emission technology has become dominant in a European road transport sector
Over seven years after the Dieselgate scandal first broke, high emissions from diesel vehicles are still a widespread issue
Overview of key changes in the new CO2 standards proposal
A recent leak shows a six-month delay to the revision to Europe’s CO2 standards for trucks and buses
While there are a lot of innovative facets of the Euro 7 proposal, some aspects could use some improvement