Leading businesses from the Climate Group’s EV100 initiative in partnership with the Zero Emission Transportation Association (ZETA) have sent a letter to President Biden demonstrating widespread support for robust vehicle standards.
Key businesses, have announced their strong support for the establishment of robust vehicle standards to achieve 100% sales of new light-duty vehicles with zero tailpipe emissions by 2030.
EV100 is a global initiative bringing together forward-looking companies committed to accelerating the transition to electric vehicles (EVs) and making electric transport the new normal by 2030.
ZETA is a public interest non-profit of 55 member companies advocating for 100% electric vehicle (EV) sales by 2030.
The letter calls for:
- strong vehicle standards to send a strong market signal that the US is committed to emissions reduction and is intent on restoring global automotive leadership
- transportation electrification to revitalise the economy, create millions of jobs, and improve public health for communities
- vehicle standards that drive 100% sales of new light-duty vehicles with zero tailpipe emissions.
Signatories of the letter to President Biden include: Biogen, Danfoss, DHL, Enel X, Flo, Genentech, HP Inc., IKEA, Ioneer USA Corporation, Li-Cycle, Lime, Lordstown, Lyft, Momentum Dynamics, National Grid, Novonix, PG&E, Redwood Materials, Rivian, Siemens, VmWare and WAVE.