An Economic Model of Clean-Vehicle Adoption

Map of California with interconnected gears in black and white on a simple background to show Clean-Vehicle adoption as a part of the green economy.

Models of Clean-Vehicle Adoption improve Public Policy Design, Implementation, and Adaptation

Policies promoting clean-vehicle adoption are excellent candidates for more evidence-based approaches.

Technical, behavioral, and economic evidence can help agencies target environmental policies more effectively, identifying direct and indirect benefits as well as adjustments needed across diverse stakeholder groups. By establishing clear standards for monitoring and evaluation, the state can also better communicate its goals and progress toward them. Moreover, lessons learned from experience can facilitate effective policy adaptation.

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