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The reliability of public chargers should be assessed and improved to ensure problems do not hasten the transition to electric vehicles. This briefing summarizes issues concerning the reliability of publicly accessible charging infrastructure, reviews actions taken to...
Scaling up reuse and recycling of electric vehicle batteries: Assessing challenges and policy approaches
This paper summarizes how battery reuse and recycling can strengthen the environmental and social benefits of a global transition to electric vehicles. It estimates the volumes of end-of-life vehicle batteries that could be reused in second-life applications up to...
Despite rapid growth in adoption of Zero Emission Vehicles (ZEVs) across the globe, only a small number of countries and regions—mainly the United States, China, and Northern Europe—claim most of the ZEV market share, while ZEV sales in other nations have less...
“International cooperation and action is also the only way we will achieve our global climate goals. We don’t simply need one country to decarbonise their light fleet, we need to uplift all countries’ ambition. We are excited to join the ambitious ZEV Alliance.”
"The time to act on climate change is now. Over the past three months, the Incentives for Zero-Emission Vehicles program have made it easier for Canadians to be part of the solution to climate change while reducing their daily driving costs. Our Government is proud of the progress made in such a short amount of time to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and it continues to work towards a cleaner future for Canadians."
– Canada Minister of Transport Marc Garneau
"Transportation emissions comprise more than 40 percent of greenhouse-gas emissions in New Jersey. Accordingly, electrifying the transportation sector is an integral part of our strategy to mitigate the impacts of global warming and climate change. Participation in the Alliance furthers our work in expanding the state’s network of electric vehicle charging infrastructure, improving air quality and protecting public health."
– New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Catherine R. McCabe
"“Baden-Württemberg is very excited to announce that it is part of a global community of governments. We will accelerate the transition to zero-emission vehicles. The transition to sustainable mobility is a huge challenge, as well as it is a huge opportunity for our country, not only as a business location, but also for its state’s citizens and the environment."
– Baden-Württemberg Transport Minister Winfried Hermann