It’s time for Europe to address diesel defeat devices once and for all
Over seven years after the Dieselgate scandal first broke, high emissions from diesel vehicles are still a widespread issue
How the United States is lagging in the global EV market in three charts
China, Europe, and the United States together made up about 60% of the global light-duty vehicle (LDV) market in 2021. These markets will have an outsized impact on the global electric vehicle (EV) transition and they’re all leaders in EV uptake. But there’s a yawning gap between the speed with which China and Europe are […]
Takeaways from ICCT’s recent roundtable on low- and zero-emission zones in India
At a recent event in New Delhi, a variety of stakeholders came together to discuss the potential for low- and zero-emission zones in India.
Will Indonesia’s ambitious plan to subsidize EVs and hybrids benefit everyone?
In December 2022, Indonesia’s Minister of Industry, Agus Gumiwang, announced the government’s plan to provide purchase subsidies for electric cars, hybrid cars, and electric motorbikes, and to subsidize the cost of converting combustion-engine motorbikes to electric. What does this mean for consumers?
Run, Australia, run! Catch up with leading markets in decarbonizing light-duty vehicles
When Australia sets light-duty vehicle fuel efficiency or CO2 emission standards, it’s critical for climate goals that they align with world-class standards and start as early as possible.
Aligning the U.S. greenhouse gas standard for cars and light trucks with the Paris Climate Agreement
The next phase of the GHG standards present an opportunity to put the U.S. on a definitive decarbonization pathway
Is the Euro 7 proposal good or bad after all? — Yes.
While there are a lot of innovative facets of the Euro 7 proposal, some aspects could use some improvement
Beyond Europe: Are there ambitious electrification targets across major markets?
A recent string of voluntary electrification targets set by large car manufacturers could be the start of more ambitious global announcements in the future, if major vehicle markets other than Europe set regulations to drive accelerated adoption of zero-emission vehicles.
What’s missing in Mexico’s EV strategy?
Examines new policy initiatives for zero-emission vehicles in Mexico, and the additional effort needed.
To put the United States on track to reach 50% electric vehicle sales in 2030, cut the greenhouse gas target in half
Making the next round of standards at anything less stringent would mean leaving climate benefits on the table
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
Whose BEV is it anyway? New registrations and disparities across Europe
The breakdown of new registrations of battery electric cars reveals much about which groups benefit from incentive programs.