Sylvain Filippi, managing director of ZEV Declaration signatory Envision Racing, sat down to discuss the world of electric vehicle racing and the importance of the Formula E platform in advancing the adoption of EVs globally.
The ZEV Community, a peer learning project from Climate Group, works closely with the Accelerating to Zero Coalition to bring align signatories to the ZEV Declaration.
A new report by the ICCT estimates that signatories of the ZEV Declaration could prevent nearly 5 billion tonnes of CO2 from entering the atmosphere if they fulfill their ambitious pledge to reach 100% new sales of zero-emission cars and vans by 2035 in leading markets, and 2040 globally.
OEM signatories of the ZEV Declaration represent both large, global companies and smaller, local brands. Six automakers, for which data was available, were analyzed.
Between 2021 and 2022, all national government signatories made advances towards electrifying their light-duty fleets and are each at unique stages in their transitions.
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.