This study shows that a combination of additional strategies in the “All Out” scenario could further reduce emissions in line with a well-below 2°C pathway with the same parameters.

This paper updates a 2022 ICCT study on the vehicle carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions impact of an accelerated global transition to zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs).

In November 2022, the European Commission released its proposed Euro 7 regulation for light-and heavy-duty vehicles, which limits the level of pollutants detrimental to human health, such as nitrogen oxides (NOx) and particulate matter (PM).

After the Goods and Services Tax (GST), the GST cess is the second largest pool of taxes collected on passenger cars in India.

This study identifies and discusses legal pathways for implementing low-emission zones (LEZs) and zero-emission zones (ZEZs) in India at the national, state, and city levels.

To support the national-level push for electric mobility, many Indian states and union territories have established or are developing their own electric vehicle (EV) policies.

This briefing assesses the annual progress on the transition to electric vehicles (EVs) in 2022 at the global, regional, national, and state levels. Over 10 million EVs were sold worldwide in 2022, a milestone in the global transition to EVs.

This is the 2022 update of the Major Markets Electric Vehicle Monitor, which covers light-duty vehicle (LDV) sales in China, Europe, the United States, and India. These four markets were home to approximately 76% of global light-duty electric vehicle (EV) sales in 2022.

The current Delhi Electric Vehicle (EV) Policy, which will end in August 2023, has been instrumental in accelerating adoption of EVs in the national capital.

India’s transportation sector is expected to expand rapidly due to rising incomes and increasing urbanization, and the government is keen to electrify transportation to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.