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Global Transportation Milestone: New UC Davis-China Accord to Accelerate Zero Emission Vehicles

By Dan Sperling | October 23, 2014

The signing this week of a landmark Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between UC Davis and the China Automotive Technology and Research Center (CATARC) on clean vehicle adoption comes at an opportune time. China is experiencing explosive expansion in its vehicles market. At the same time, China’s leaders are eager to play a global role in sustainable transport and are looking for partners. China’s choice of UC Davis and California state agency representatives as partners in its “new energy” vehicles initiative represents a milestone in global transportation policy. Urban congestion contributes significantly to hazardous smog in major cities. And the issues are global: we are entering a critical stage in worldwide efforts to reduce greenhouse gas and other mobile source emissions.

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Subjects: Greenlight Blog, International, Market, Policy

How many public electric vehicle chargers do we need?

Subjects: Charging, ZE MAP

Zero Emission MAP Presentation

Subjects: International, Market, ZE MAP

Not All EVs are Equal

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Subjects: Charging, Market, ZE MAP

New Car Dealers and Retail Innovation in California’s Plug-in Vehicle Market

By Eric Cahill and Jamie Davies

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Subjects: Dealers, Incentives, Market