Battery electric and plug-in hybrid vehicle uptake in European cities
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Dale Hall is a senior researcher focused on light-duty electric vehicles at the ICCT, where he has worked since 2016. As part of the International Partnerships program, Dale administers the ICCT’s duties as the Secretariat for the International Zero-Emission Vehicle Alliance, a coalition of 20 leading governments committed to transitioning to zero-emission vehicles. He also works with leading European and North American cities in the C40 network and beyond to implement electric vehicle strategies, particularly on issues of charging infrastructure planning, zero-emission freight, and shared mobility.
Dale holds a B.S. in Engineering Physics and Urban Studies from Stanford University, where he also worked as a research assistant in an astrophysics laboratory. Previously, he worked on city decarbonization strategies in the San Francisco Bay Area for Menlo Spark. Originally from Northern California, Dale now lives in New York City, where he advocates for safer, more sustainable transportation options.