Environment & Energy

Global Automakers' members support the long-term goals of reducing greenhouse gas emissions and are aggressively pursuing innovative ways to protect the environment and lessen the nation’s reliance on fossil fuels. Our members are reducing petroleum consumption by investing in advanced-technology vehicles powered by more efficient gasoline engines, hydrogen fuel cells, and electricity. We advance our members’ environmental goals by working with stakeholders to create environmental policies that promote cleaner, greener, and more advanced technologies while continuing to provide consumers with a full range of vehicle choices.

Fuel Economy & Greenhouse Gases

Our members are investing in a full range of advanced vehicle technologies to improve fuel economy and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Continuing to develop the most fuel-efficient options is a top priority.

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Electric Drive

Consumers today can choose from more than 40 models of electric-drive vehicles (EVs) in a variety of vehicle sizes, types and technologies, including plug-in or fuel-cell electric vehicles. But the EV market is still in its earliest stages, and all stakeholders must work together to expand the market.

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Electric Drive Sales

Producing and marketing EVs alone is not enough to increase EV sales. Significant state investment is needed to help grow infrastructure and consumer demand if these markets are expected to grow. Explore the current EV sales data for each U.S. state.

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Our Work

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September 16, 2019 Agency Comments

Global Automakers Supports Hyundai and Kia GHG Off-Cycle Credit Applications

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September 06, 2019 Agency Comments

Global Automakers Submits Feedback on Draft North Carolina Electric Vehicle Plan

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September 06, 2019 Market Report

EV Market Report Q2 2019

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August 30, 2019 Agency Comments

Global Automakers Supports Small Volume Manufacturer Greenhouse Gas Alternative Standards