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.
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.
Deploy charging infrastructure in “no regrets” freight zones and corridors to keep U.S. commercial truck electrification aligned with climate goals
Strategic deployment of charging infrastructure in targeted freight corridors and zones is crucial for meeting EPA standards and advancing U.S. commercial truck electrification in line with international climate goals.
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.
We gathered information on installed and announced EV battery recycling plants in the U.S. and calculated how many end-of-life batteries they could process each year. But how does that compare with the projected supply?
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?
China is widely known as the world’s largest market for electric cars and buses, but did you know that it’s also leading in the race to electric trucks?
This marks the first time that a zero-emission technology has become dominant in a European road transport sector
The government of Indonesia consistently signals that electric vehicles (EVs) are the nation’s transport future. The latest sign came on April 20, 2023, during a meeting of the Major Economies Forum on Energy and Climate (MEF). Indonesia’s President Joko Widodo joined 16 other leaders to announce global climate goals and national commitments under the provisions […]