EV sales are set to rise faster than ever, but governments aiming for net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 must do more to spur their adoption, according to BloombergNEF’s (BNEF) latest annual Electric Vehicle Outlook (EVO) . Achieving that goal will require decisive further policy action on all fronts, from accelerating electric car adoption, to expanding charging networks, pushing for battery recycling and new regulations on heavy trucks, as well as encouraging active modes of transport, such as cycling and walking, according to the EVO. The Electric Vehicle Outlook analyzes the economic and technology trends affecting the road transport sector by segment and countries up until 2040. For the first time, in the 2021 edition, it examines what would be required to bring global road transport emissions onto a trajectory compatible with net zero by 2050. BNEF’s Economic Transition Scenario (ETS) —which assumes no additional policy measures—would see global sales […]