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Examples of Current Policies in Countries Around the World

Video explaining different examples of policies supporting the transition to EVs around the world.

Several key policies and measures are supporting the deployment of EVs and zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) for light and heavy duty vehicles worldwide. These initiatives include fuel economy standards, CO2 emission standards, deployment roadmaps, and sales or stock targets and ambitions.

Different regions and countries have announced different targets and goals, shaping the landscape for sustainable transport. With a keen eye on sustainability, Christoph Lienemann examines a range of impactful policies that are driving the adoption of Electric Vehicles (EVs) and zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs).

From continent to continent, nations are revealing their own goals and aspirations, collectively shaping the landscape for sustainable transport. By exploring real-world case studies such as Argentina’s National Electromobility Plan, Sri Lanka’s innovative import tax differentials, Norway’s long-standing registration tax exemption, and Germany’s meticulous approach to charging infrastructure, you’ll gain insight into how these policies are driving tangible change.

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