Zero Emissions Vehicles At Scale: Steps To Replace Fossil Fuel Vehicles With Battery-Electric, Part 1

“The 2050 target for decarbonizing transportation is an incredible lift,” says Dr. Marshall Miller of the Institute of Transportation Studies at the University of California, Davis. “It is probably the most difficult thing that humans have ever tried to do. Much bigger than the moon shot. This effort involves every country in the world, every part of society. And almost every industry. If we get close, I think that would be enormously remarkable, a huge achievement. Bottom line is, the closer we get, the better off we will be. You don’t have to be zero in 2050, but it’s better than doing it in the year 3000.”


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