Numerous barriers and risks impede zero-emission commercial vehicles (ZECV) from reaching meaningful scale despite strong and growing policy momentum toward their adoption. While some of these barriers and risks are technological in nature, like the suitability of battery range to fleets’ duty cycles, others relate to the financing conditions for truck and bus electrification projects, namely uncertainty regarding residual value and the total cost of ownership. “Taking Commercial Fleet Electrification to Scale” offers structured guidance on how public and private levers can catalyze ZECV markets to target the most prominent barriers to adoption, and in so doing unlocking the needed capital to finance fleet electrification at scale.

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