Research and analysis

Ultra low emission vehicles: evidence review of uptake in the UK

Findings of a review of research relevant to the UK market for ultra low emission vehicles (ULEVs).

Documents

Uptake of ultra low emission vehicles in the UK: a rapid evidence assessment for the Department for Transport

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This rapid evidence assessment reviews UK and international evidence on ultra low emission vehicles (ULEVs), including:

  • the characteristics of current and future owners
  • how ULEVs are being used and experienced
  • the impact of public incentives and other key motivators and barriers to uptake
  • current and future infrastructure provision

The report is intended for use as a robust source of evidence for measures to support the growth of the ULEV market in the UK. It also offers direction for future research in the priority areas identified to fill evidence gaps and support future policies.

Published 13 August 2015