As electric motorcycles help clean the air, they will help achieve climate goals. A new study confirms this.

The research, conducted by the specialists of the Zemo Partnership, analyzed and evaluated the cases in which zero-emission vehicles could replace traditionally propelled cars or vans  Lightweight battery-powered vehicles can help decarbonise transport and give a strong boost to achieving climate goals . This is what emerged from a study conducted by the specialists of Zemo Partnership who, taking into consideration both combustion and electric engines, evaluated a series of cases where zero-emission vehicles could replace 'traditional' cars or vans.    Commissioned by the Motorcycle Industry Association (MCIA), the research found that, especially in urban areas, significant savings on greenhouse gas emissions were achieved by using smaller and lighter vehicles combined with progressive electrification of consumption.  The greatest savings can be achieved when electric vehicles are used for intensive commercial operations such as parcel delivery and commuting.   "Our industry has always been a firm believer in the right vehicle for each trip, these results show road users that there are a variety of transportation solutions," said MCIA CEO Tony Campbell.  There is a great opportunity to decarbonise transportation through electrification . Electric vehicles should be a fundamental part of our life which obviously ranges from active transport, both shared and public ”continued Zemo Partnership CEO Andy Eastlake .

The research, conducted by the specialists of the Zemo Partnership, analyzed and evaluated the cases in which zero-emission vehicles could replace traditionally propelled cars or vans

Lightweight battery-powered vehicles can help decarbonise transport and give a strong boost to achieving climate goals . This is what emerged from a study conducted by the specialists of Zemo Partnership who, taking into consideration both combustion and electric engines, evaluated a series of cases where zero-emission vehicles could replace 'traditional' cars or vans.

Commissioned by the Motorcycle Industry Association (MCIA), the research found that, especially in urban areas, significant savings on greenhouse gas emissions were achieved by using smaller and lighter vehicles combined with progressive electrification of consumption.

The research, conducted by the specialists of the Zemo Partnership, analyzed and evaluated the cases in which zero-emission vehicles could replace traditionally propelled cars or vans  Lightweight battery-powered vehicles can help decarbonise transport and give a strong boost to achieving climate goals . This is what emerged from a study conducted by the specialists of Zemo Partnership who, taking into consideration both combustion and electric engines, evaluated a series of cases where zero-emission vehicles could replace 'traditional' cars or vans.    Commissioned by the Motorcycle Industry Association (MCIA), the research found that, especially in urban areas, significant savings on greenhouse gas emissions were achieved by using smaller and lighter vehicles combined with progressive electrification of consumption.  The greatest savings can be achieved when electric vehicles are used for intensive commercial operations such as parcel delivery and commuting.   "Our industry has always been a firm believer in the right vehicle for each trip, these results show road users that there are a variety of transportation solutions," said MCIA CEO Tony Campbell.  There is a great opportunity to decarbonise transportation through electrification . Electric vehicles should be a fundamental part of our life which obviously ranges from active transport, both shared and public ”continued Zemo Partnership CEO Andy Eastlake .

The greatest savings can be achieved when electric vehicles are used for intensive commercial operations such as parcel delivery and commuting. 

"Our industry has always been a firm believer in the right vehicle for each trip, these results show road users that there are a variety of transportation solutions," said MCIA CEO Tony Campbell.  There is a great opportunity to decarbonise transportation through electrification. Electric vehicles should be a fundamental part of our life which obviously ranges from active transport, both shared and public ”continued Zemo Partnership CEO Andy Eastlake .

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