Environmental Credits Powering the Rise of Zero-emission Vehicles, 2020

Environmental Credits Powering the Rise of Zero-emission Vehicles, 2020

EV Credits Hold Future Growth Potential, and Pure-play EV OEMs Stand to Benefit the Most

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03-Dec-2020
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Research Code: K361-01-00-00-00
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Description

State and federal governments in various countries offer OEMs credit points for developing emission reduction technologies that meet emission standards and promote ZEV vehicles. GHG credit and ZEV credit policies are framed in such a way that both can be used to compensate deficits in a credit policy.

Research Scope

The study aims to analyze and understand environmental credits offered by various governments to automakers for following emission regulations. The study discusses regulations by regions and their impact on different automakers.  

Key Features

  • To capture the key emission regulations
  • To compare credit systems by country/region
  • To identify the advantages and disadvantages of credits and their market impact
  • To analyze Tesla and its credit rating
  • To provide the key trends within ICE technology development

Research Highlights

The study gives an overview of the global emission credit norms and credit policies in the United States, China, and Europe. The basic structure of the credit system in these countries/regions is analyzed, and its impact is outlined. GHG credit policies and their measurement systems are outlined by country/region. Allocation of ZEV credits and ZEV targets is defined, in addition to a comparison of policy highlights. A comparative analysis of ZEV policies in these countries is performed, based on policy parameters involving trading mechanisms and eco-innovation/off-cycle technologies.

The study analyzes credit compliance for the United States, Europe, and China, on the basis of the country's investment in various technologies. It also measures and analyzes current compliance status, future compliance status, and strategies of Major OEMs, highlights key transactions of emission credits, and identifies key credit purchasers and sellers. The study also offers an analysis of the short- and long-term impact of ZEV and GHG credits on sales of traditional and pure-play EVs. From an automotive and transportation standpoint, the study establishes the effect of the credit system on the market and on OEM performance.

Key Issues Addressed

  • What are carbon credits? How are they structured and why are they needed?
  • How do credits impact automakers and the sale of EVs? What are

Key Features

  • To capture the key emission regulations
  • To compare credit systems by country/region
  • To identify the advantages and disadvantages of credits and their market impact
  • To analyze Tesla and its credit rating
  • To provide the key trends within ICE technology development

Research Highlights

The study gives an overview of the global emission credit norms and credit policies in the United States, China, and Europe. The basic structure of the credit system in these countries/regions is analyzed, and its impact is outlined. GHG credit policies and their measurement systems are outlined by country/region. Allocation of ZEV credits and ZEV targets is defined, in addition to a comparison of policy highlights. A comparative analysis of ZEV policies in these countries is performed, based on policy parameters involving trading mechanisms and eco-innovation/off-cycle technologies.

The study analyzes credit compliance for the United States, Europe, and China, on the basis of the country's investment in various technologies. It also measures and analyzes current compliance status, future compliance status, and strategies of Major OEMs, highlights key transactions of emission credits, and identifies key credit purchasers and sellers. The study also offers an analysis of the short- and long-term impact of ZEV and GHG credits on sales of traditional and pure-play EVs. From an automotive and transportation standpoint, the study establishes the effect of the credit system on the market and on OEM performance.


Key Issues Addressed

  • What are carbon credits? How are they structured and why are they needed?
  • How do credits impact automakers and the sale of EVs? What are the potential ways for OEMs to use these credits?
  • What are the advantages and disadvantages of environmental credits?
  • Who are the OEM beneficiaries from an environmental credits perspective and how will such credits impact other OEMs?
  • What are the trends/developments in the ICE/EV powertrain space due to these credits?

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Regulatory Credits

ZEV Credit Regulation

ZEV Credit Calculation

Comparative Analysis

Final Credit Balances

Credit Transactions

Tesla’s Trump Card

Future Compliance Status

Key Conclusions

Research Scope

Research Aims and Objectives

Key Questions this Study will Answer

Research Background

Research Methodology

Global Fuel Economy and GHG Emission Norms

Global CO2 Emissions Legislation

Regulatory Credits

Analyzing Emission Credits

US—GHG Credit

EU—Super Credits

China—Dual Credit Policy

Comparison of Eligibility Criteria and Basis of Credit Allocation for ZEVs

ZEV Credit Regulation

ZEV Credit Calculation

ZEV Credit Policies

Comparative Analysis

Credits for Off-cycle Technology

Compliance Status After Model Year 2018

Industry Credit Compliance

Manufacturers Credit Compliance

Final Credit Balances

Final Credit Balance Expiry

Credit Trading

Credit Transactions

Future Compliance Status

Tesla’s Trump Card

Impact of ZEV and GHG Credit Sales on Automakers

Eco-innovation Credits

Manufacturer Pooling

Future Compliance Status

Credit Situation

Future Compliance Status

Credit policy for drivers

Growth Opportunity—Social Collaboration

Strategic Imperatives

3 Big Predictions

List of Abbreviations and Acronyms

Legal Disclaimer

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

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Research Scope

The study aims to analyze and understand environmental credits offered by various governments to automakers for following emission regulations. The study discusses regulations by regions and their impact on different automakers.  

Key Features

  • To capture the key emission regulations
  • To compare credit systems by country/region
  • To identify the advantages and disadvantages of credits and their market impact
  • To analyze Tesla and its credit rating
  • To provide the key trends within ICE technology development

Research Highlights

The study gives an overview of the global emission credit norms and credit policies in the United States, China, and Europe. The basic structure of the credit system in these countries/regions is analyzed, and its impact is outlined. GHG credit policies and their measurement systems are outlined by country/region. Allocation of ZEV credits and ZEV targets is defined, in addition to a comparison of policy highlights. A comparative analysis of ZEV policies in these countries is performed, based on policy parameters involving trading mechanisms and eco-innovation/off-cycle technologies.

The study analyzes credit compliance for the United States, Europe, and China, on the basis of the country's investment in various technologies. It also measures and analyzes current compliance status, future compliance status, and strategies of Major OEMs, highlights key transactions of emission credits, and identifies key credit purchasers and sellers. The study also offers an analysis of the short- and long-term impact of ZEV and GHG credits on sales of traditional and pure-play EVs. From an automotive and transportation standpoint, the study establishes the effect of the credit system on the market and on OEM performance.

Key Issues Addressed

  • What are carbon credits? How are they structured and why are they needed?
  • How do credits impact automakers and the sale of EVs? What are the potential ways for OEMs to use these credits?
  • What are the advantages and disadvantages of environmental credits?
  • Who are the OEM beneficiaries from an environmental credits perspective and how will such credits impact other OEMs?
  • What are the trends/developments in the ICE/EV powertrain space due to these credits?
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No Index No
Podcast No
Author Sujith Unnikrishnan
Industries Automotive
WIP Number K361-01-00-00-00
Is Prebook No
GPS Codes 9673-A6,9800-A6,9807-A6,9813-A6,9882-A6