Reviews the benefits of and opportunities for faster zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) transitions within fleets, and highlights the role of governments in supporting these transitions.
Reviews the status of charging infrastructure in emerging markets and developing economies, and recommends policies for advancing charger buildouts
Quantifies the amount of charging infrastructure needed in Zero Emission Vehicles Transition Council (ZEVTC) member jurisdictions through 2030 to support ZEV adoption at a rate that keeps the Paris Agreement within reach. Also details effective policy approaches for accelerating infrastructure deployment.
Outlines steps needed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from heavy duty vehicles to levels that help meet the transportation sector’s responsibilities under the Paris agreement.
Models the well-to-wheel CO2 emissions impacts of an accelerated global ZEV transition (Ambitious scenario), and then quantifies and compares it with both currently adopted policies (Baseline scenario) and recently proposed and announced policies put forth by ZEVTC governments (Progress to Date scenario).
Outlines the status of electric vehicle adoption in developing countries, and makes recommendations for ZEVTC member country actions to accelerate EV transition in developing countries
Summarizes the state of the ZEV market and policies, quantifies benefits of recent policy developments, analyzes opportunities and barriers in emerging markets and developing economies, and assesses the additional mitigation potential and need under an accelerated global ZEV transition.
Decarbonizing road transport by 2050: Effective policies to accelerate the transition to zero-emission vehicles
Examines policies aiming to accelerate the transition to zero-emission vehicles in the largest and leading markets and draws out implications for future action based on technology, market, and policy trends.
A global comparison of the life-cycle greenhouse gas emissions of combustion engine and electric passenger cars
Life-cycle assessment of the greenhouse gas emissions of passenger cars in China, Europe, India, and the United States, which together account for about 70% of new passenger car sales worldwide.
Discusses the findings of our wide-ranging life-cycle assessment of combustion engine and electric passenger cars and the implications for policies needed to meet Paris Agreement emission reduction targets.