The Global Automaker Rating 2022: Who is leading the transition to electric vehicles?
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Acting Deputy Director
As Deputy Director of the ICCT, Stephanie serves as a close partner to the Executive Director in the development and implementation of program strategies to eliminate the climate and health impacts of the transportation sector. She also works to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of the organization’s operations. Stephanie was previously the Program Director overseeing ICCT’s United States region and Fuels program. Stephanie holds a PhD in biology from the University of Canterbury in New Zealand and a B.A. in environmental science from Columbia University in New York.
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A comparison of the life-cycle greenhouse gas emissions of European heavy-duty vehicles and fuels
A life-cycle comparison of the greenhouse gas emissions from combustion, electric, and hydrogen trucks and buses in Europe
Analyzing the impact of the Inflation Reduction Act on electric vehicle uptake in the United States
Other Work See All
Don’t plug in your plug-in hybrid? EPA will now hold automakers responsible.
Infrastructure and supply chains won’t hold up EPA’s proposed light and medium-duty vehicle standards
To put the United States on track to reach 50% electric vehicle sales in 2030, cut the greenhouse gas target in half