Volvo Cars’ chief sustainability officer Anders Kärrberg announced the end of diesel vehicle’s at A2Z’s Climate Week NYC event.
The A2Z Coalition recently hosted a panel event during EVS36 in Sacramento, California. Organized in collaboration with the British Consulate-General San Francisco, this event aimed to showcase the essential need for coordination across all levels of government to achieve ambitious ZEV targets.
Hosted on the sidelines of the Electric Vehicle Innovation Summit in Abu Dhabi, the A2Z Coalition hosted a roundtable event that attracted representatives from across the private sector in the Middle East region.
Governments, including national, subnational, and local jurisdictions, now make up 50% of all ZEV Declaration signatories.
London becomes the latest city to sign the Zero Emission Vehicles Declaration, striving to convert its entire fleet of cars and vans to zero-emission vehicles by 2035 and to incentivize the transition to ZEVs as soon as possible.
Accelerating to Zero (A2Z) Coalition Launches at COP27 to Drive Global Transition to Zero-Emission Vehicles
World’s largest transportation coalition includes over 200 signatories of governments and private sector stakeholders to supercharge transportation emissions ambitions initiated at COP26.
Announcing the Accelerating to Zero Coalition, a supporting organization to the momentous ZEV Declaration.
Mexico signed the ZEV Declaration and strives to work towards accelerating the transition to 100% zero-emission car and van sales globally by 2040, and no later than 2035 in leading markets.
California has further strengthened its policies to end the sale of new conventional combustion engine passenger cars, light trucks, and SUVs in the state by 2035.
As of October 2022, 19 of the 23 largest manufacturers in the world had announced a voluntary electric vehicle target; their goals would electrify more than half of new passenger cars and vans in six auto markets by 2035.