This paper explores the evolution and future direction of financial incentives to promote zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) adoption and suggests adjustments to reflect the maturing ZEV market. The analysis highlights the need for tailored incentives that consider local conditions and market changes.

This paper explores the pivotal role of zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) sales regulations in enhancing the adoption of electric two-wheelers in India, highlighting the gap between current gasoline vehicle dominance and the ambitious electric vehicle targets set by the government.

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).

The Global Automaker Rating 2022 is a definitive look at how global automakers rate in the transition to zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs). Tesla and BYD are at the top of the ratings in this first edition of the in-depth analysis.

Facing the threat of climate change and increasing levels of air pollution, governments worldwide are exploring a transition to zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) to decarbonize their transport sector.

Tractors in India are an increasing source of carbon emissions and criteria pollutants, driven by India’s role as a global leader in agricultural production. These emissions could continue as mechanization of agriculture advances in India.

The quantitative analysis presented in this briefing shows that deployment of electric vehicle charging infrastructure needs to ramp up considerably if Zero Emission Vehicles Transition Council (ZEVTC) member jurisdictions are to align infrastructure with their ambitions for ZEV sales.

The objectives of this paper are to assess the status of zero-emission HDV deployment and policies in Emerging Markets and Developing Economies (EMDEs), evaluate the major policy levers for HDV electrification, and identify policy barriers and key recommendations for HDV electrification in the EMDEs.

This policy update summarizes the steps taken by Chile in relation to its new energy efficiency law and its targets for zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs), and it analyzes the implications of these two policies for the decarbonization of fleets regionally and internationally.

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