Policy Decisions

Policy Decisions Related to Electric Vehicles

China to curb “blind” development of rapidly growing EV sector

China to curb “blind” development of rapidly growing EV sector

At a recent briefing with reporters in Beijing, National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) spokeswoman Meng Wei said that China plans to take action to curtail the “blind” development of its

New EU renewable energy target will likely lead to accelerated EV adoption

New EU renewable energy target will likely lead to accelerated EV adoption

A new agreement between the European Parliament and European Council is expected to step up the adoption of electric vehicles, thanks to a new EU target for renewable energy.

New California regulation could deny Tesla buyers access to Clean Vehicle Rebate

New California regulation could deny Tesla buyers access to Clean Vehicle Rebate

Tesla buyers in California may lose access to the state’s Clean Vehicle Rebate, due to a new regulation which is currently under consideration by the Labor and Workforce Development Agency and the

Nearly 290,000 applicants in Beijing are waiting to get car plates for NEVs

Nearly 290,000 applicants in Beijing are waiting to get car plates for NEVs

Chinese government offers subsidies for electric vehicle buyers and also uses tough regulations to press people to buy electric vehicles.

Frydenberg: Cost and charging infrastructure concerns have led to slow EV growth in Australia

Frydenberg: Cost and charging infrastructure concerns have led to slow EV growth in Australia

At a recent Energy Networks event in Australia, Federal Energy and Environment Minister Josh Frydenberg said that the main reasons affecting the growth of electric vehicles (EVs) in the country are

Sir Richard Branson: Petrol/diesel car ban deadline in UK should be 2025

Sir Richard Branson: Petrol/diesel car ban deadline in UK should be 2025

In a recent statement, Virgin Group founder Sir Richard Branson has said that the deadline for a ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel vehicles in the UK should be brought forward from 2040 to 2

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