Drive to Zero’s supporting partners have developed valuable case studies, reports, and descriptions of the actions that government and industry around the world are taking to advance the deployment of near-zero and zero-emission commercial vehicles. Please explore these materials from our supporting partners and other leading research institutions and let us know (email@example.com) about adding new and informative resources.
- More than two dozen cities have joined C40’s Fossil Fuel Free Streets Declaration that commits to exclusively purchasing zero-emission transit buses from 2025 and to establishing a zero-emissions zone in a major area of a city by 2030.
- The Climate Group has organized a growing collection of forward-thinking companies that are committing to electrify their commercial fleets through large-scale vehicle and infrastructure investments.
- The International Council on Clean Transportation performed an analysis of the policies and actions that the largest U.S. cities have undertaken to promote light-duty EV growth. The analysis provides an illustrative example of diverse policies and the value of combining multiple incentives.
- The World Resources Institute has published separate reports on the global market barriers to electric transit bus adoption and strategies for advancing electric transit bus deployment, including case studies from sixteen markets around the globe.
- The World Bank published a (year) in-depth study of the early EV market in China. The report includes a section on commercial vehicle deployments, including innovations in transit bus technology, fleet and utility business models, and infrastructure investments.
- The Center for Climate and Energy Solutions developed a brief that outlines strategies and considerations for how cities and regions should consider adopting electrified vehicles, including electric school buses and transit buses.