EV100 Annual Reports
Over the past year, EV100 members have continued to take action towards their commitments, by introducing EVs in new markets, rolling-out charging infrastructure and influencing policy around the world. In 2021, we welcomed 31 new members, bringing our total number of EV100 members to 121. Together, our members have transitioned over 40,000 to electric over the past year, operating over 209,000 EVs globally.As we approach the fifth anniversary of EV100, the report calls for businesses to continue turning commitments into practical action and for governments to lead from the front.
EV100 Progress and Insights Report 2022.pdf
Size: 29.99 MB
Date added: 22/03/22
Despite a turbulent year, major companies from around the world have doubled down on their commitments and action on electric mobility. Tracking the progress of over 80 companies, EV100 members have deployed nearly 170,000 EVs and installed charging at 2,100 locations globally. As we approach the all-important COP26, the report calls for businesses to lead from the front and for every company with a fleet or company car scheme to join EV100 and commit to going 100% electric.
EV100 Progress and Insights Report 2021
Size: 10.12 MB
Date added: 10/02/21
Our 2020 EV100 Annual Report tracks the progress of more than 60 companies as they transition to electric mobility. It shows how companies have already rolled out more than 80,000 EVs and nearly 10,000 charge points for employees and customers.
Our global analysis with international sustainability consultancy SYSTEMIQ has found that fleet vehicles could be instrumental in bringing about a wider shift to clean road transport, and it’s possible for their electrification to happen on an accelerated timeframe. It would also deliver transformational benefits for our climate, health and infrastructure.
Fleets first report.pdf
Size: 6.57 MB
Date added: 09/07/21
This paper, drafted by the Climate Group in consultation with EV100 members, summarises the overall views of EV100 on key issues relating to the transition to zero emission vehicles.
EV100 Global Policy Position Paper_
Size: 1.58 MB
Date added: 11/02/21
This paper, supported by several EV100 members, outlines key policy areas that will be critical to advancing the transition to zero-emission transportation in the US. This paper was updated in January 2022 to include new signatories.
Key Policies to Drive the Electric Vehicle Transition in the US (Updated January 2022).pdf
Size: 1.96 MB
Date added: 24/01/22
These principles offer a pathway to guide the critical development of charging infrastructure and enable mass electric vehicle uptake in North America. The principles are supported by leading EV100 and ZEV Community members.
Public EV Fast Charging Principles
Size: 1.83 MB
Date added: 09/12/21
The UK Electric Fleets Coalition is a partnership between the Climate Group and a steering group of BT Group, LeasePlan, Lloyds Banking Group and Royal Mail, calling for policies needed to achieve the UK's 2030 internal combustion engine phase out date.
UK Electric Fleet Coalition - 2021 Policy Paper.pdf
Size: 4.01 MB
Date added: 20/07/21
Switching to electric vehicles is not just good for the planet; it's good for business.
EV100 members are seeing the cost savings associated with switching fleets to EVs already, and with up-front costs continuing to fall, there is no better time to commit to making the switch.
You can read more about the business case here.
The Business Case for Corporate Leadership on Electro-Mobility.pdf
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Date added: 21/10/20