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 Cars
ICCT published a life-cycle study on the GHG emissions of both combustion engine and electric passenger cars.
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 Adoption
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.
This working paper gathers insights from selected European cities on how to streamline the charging infrastructure planning and implementation process.
This report summarizes the knowledge gathered from a series of four interactive webinar discussions on electrifying public and private fleets, commissioned and convened by the International Zero Emission Vehicle Alliance.
Race to zero: How manufacturers are positioned for zero-emission commercial trucks and buses in North America
This paper summarizes the new vehicle sales market for Class 2 through Class 8 heavy-duty truck and buses in the United States and Canada. In addition, it profiles the early market for zero-emission HDVs and provides a snapshot of the battery-electric and hydrogen fuel cell products available across different truck and bus segments.
The transition to electric vehicles continues as governments increasingly develop and adopt policies to accelerate electric vehicle growth.
With this edition of the Market Monitor, the International Council on Clean Transportation has updated their methodology to reflect the 2019 performance of manufacturers with respect to average vehicle mass and the application of eco-innovations, and improved correlation factors between NEDC and WLTP CO2 emission levels for some vehicles.
This brief from the ICCT finds that continued policy support, as well as innovations in vehicle technology and progress in infrastructure build-out, will be needed to accelerate growth rates and ensure that the goals for full vehicle electrification are achieved.