EU cars CO2 law: carmakers’ performance so far and way forward

T&E presents and discusses new analysis of the 2021 car emissions and EV market in Europe.

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Following the (partial) entry into force of the 2020/21 EU car CO2 standard last year, CO2 emissions from new cars fell by 12% while sales of electric cars have surged.

This year, the 95g CO2 standard is enforced in full. Will carmakers comply or will they face fines? How many electric cars will they have to sell and what other strategies are they using to meet their targets?

Beyond 2021, the trajectory to clean mobility must only accelerate to meet the ambition of the European Green Deal. The discussion on the 2030 standards and beyond has already started and the proposals are now on the table. How do the newly proposed targets and carmakers’ own plans compare? Will the car CO2 regulation drive the scale up of clean models on time to meet the e-mobility era?

To get answers to all of these questions, join the T&E webinar where we will present and discuss our new analysis of the 2021 car emissions and EV market in Europe. We will present the new analysis on the carmakers’ performance in the first half of 2021 and their compliance strategies and forecasts the electric car market for 2021 and beyond, including the impact of regulatory flexibilities and loopholes.


14.00 – 14.05 Welcome by Julia Poliscanova, Senior Director Vehicles and E-mobility

14.05 – 14.20 Presentation of key results by Lucien Mathieu, Road vehicles and E-Mobility Analysis Manager

14.20 – 14.30 What this means for the Cars CO2 review: policy recommendations by Alex Keynes, Clean Vehicles Manager

14.30 – 15.00 Discussion and questions moderated by Julia Poliscanova