The global market for off-road equipment has grown rapidly in the past two decades and the emissions from this machinery are increasing. Off-road equipment such as agricultural machinery and equipment for construction, mining and quarrying, and port handling is becoming a major contributor to CO2 and criteria pollutant emissions in many regions. Although most of the regulatory efforts, including timelines to require sales of zero-emission equipment and pilot projects, are still at a preliminary stage, there is growing interest in zero-emission off-road equipment around the world. The ICCT’s off-road research seeks to support information sharing among stakeholders and an understanding of the global policy progress in promoting zero-emission off-road equipment.