A new report from the Australian Institute comparing Norway’s electric vehicle policies to Australia includes this great, recently updated listing of countries, their ICE phaseout dates, and the details of the policy.

I’ve converted it into a timeline, and of course, Australia doesn’t even make it on there because it doesn’t have any EV policy at all (beyond states increasing taxation on zero emissions cars).

Ketan Joshi

Ketan Joshi has been at the forefront of clean energy for eight years, starting out as a data analyst working in wind energy, and expanding that knowledge base to community engagement, climate science and new energy technology. He writes for The Driven’s parent site, RenewEconomy, and has also written for the Guardian, The Monthly, ABC News and has penned several hundred blog posts digging into climate and energy issues, building a position as a respected and analytical energy commentator in Australia. He’s spoken at the Ethics Centre IQ2 debates on the need for urgent decarbonisation, he’s served as an subject matter expert on national television, and has a wide following on social media around energy and climate.

Extracted in full from: https://thedriven.io/2020/11/26/the-world-is-phasing-out-petrol-and-diesel-cars-and-australia-is-a-long-way-behind/