Identifies policies and infrastructure investments needed to help spur the electrification of ride-hailing fleets.
Proposes frameworks for streamlined charging infrastructure planning and implementation process based on insights from selected European cities.
Evaluates the charging infrastructure needs for Seattle to reach its goal of having 30% of its vehicle stock be electric and assesses several sociodemographic factors to inform more equitable deployment in the near term.
Assesses charging optimization and the associated cost for urban freight trucks.
Estimates the public and private charging infrastructure needs in each of the 32 boroughs and the City of London.
Quantifies home, workplace, and public charging infrastructure needs at the zip code level for San Francisco to meet the city’s goal of reaching 100% electric vehicle sales by 2030.
Provides an update on the 25 largest electric passenger vehicle markets worldwide, which together represent 40% of global cumulative electric vehicle sales.
Analyzes the real-world emissions data of Krakow’s vehicle fleet and compares the findings to measurements made in other European cities.
Assesses the U.S. electric vehicle market in 2019 and the supporting policy actions by cities, states, and electric power utilities.
Develops metrics and policies to track, compare, and forecast electric vehicle charging infrastructure development in cities.