Focused on the top 20 light-duty vehicle manufacturers in the world by sales in 2022, this report adds an important missing piece to global research and analysis regarding how today’s major automakers are transitioning to zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs). Our rating is quantitative and transparent; we present full details of our chosen methodology and data sources. Additionally, the ICCT contacted all the automakers assessed in this report to seek to verify the data we collected.
This study conducted by the International Council of Clean Transportation assesses the future impact of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) on electrification rates for light-duty and heavy-duty vehicle sales in the United States through 2035.
This study conducted by the International Council on Clean Transportation examines the current state of PHEV usage in the United States.
This report evaluates the effects of adopting California heavy-duty vehicle emissions control programs in 13 states and the District of Columbia.
This analysis estimates the number of charging points and hydrogen refueling stations needed to enable the transition to 100 percent sales of zero-emission Class 7 and Class 8 tractor-trailers by 2040 in the United States.
This paper assesses growing home, workplace, and public charging needs in the United States through 2030.
A Global Comparison of the Life-Cycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions of Combustion Engine and Electric Passenger CarsNoah Gabriel2021-07-27T16:35:25-04:00
ICCT published a life-cycle study on the GHG emissions of both combustion engine and electric passenger cars.
This briefing evaluates the U.S. position in the emerging global light-duty electric vehicle industry.
This study analyzes the number, type, and distribution of EV chargers needed to meet Colorado’s 2030 electric vehicle sales goals.
When Might Lower-Income Drivers Benefit from Electric Vehicles? Quantifying the Economic Equity Implications of Electric Vehicle AdoptionConner Smith2021-03-10T12:58:50-05:00
This analysis finds that cost reductions in new electric vehicles (EVs) will lead to decreased used EV prices and cost parity with used gasoline vehicles for low-income households in the 2025-2030 time period.