Creating a market for medium and heavy-duty zero emission vehicles

EV100+ is Climate Group’s new global initiative that builds on the success of our initiative for passenger and light-duty vehicles, EV100. It brings together companies committed to kickstarting the transition to zero-emission medium and heavy-duty vehicles (MHDVs). EV100+ will support these businesses in sending a strong demand signal to the market by creating a platform for knowledge sharing, and joint policy engagement. 

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MHDVs are a disproportionate source of global greenhouse gas emissions. Representing just 4% of global road vehicles, MHDVs produced over 5% of the total global CO2 emissions in 2019, which is predicted to increase to over 11% by 2050 if action is not taken.

Decarbonising MHDVs offers a major solution. To achieve the objectives of the Paris Agreement, MHDVs must be completely decarbonized with all new trucks sold in the world’s major markets needing to be zero-emission by 2040. EV100+ members will lead the way by committing to decarbonising their owned and contracted fleet by 2040.

By joining EV100+, business leaders will shape the EV policy and market landscape for the future.

EV100+ members

EV100+ members are committed to only procuring zero-emission medium-duty vehicles by 2030 and a full deployment of zero-emission MHDV by 2040

Our members are ahead of the curve and are shaping the market by working together to secure the policy landscapes required to fully transition their fleets to zero emission.


GeoPost, headquartered in France, is Europe’s leading parcel delivery network. The company aims to become the international reference in sustainable delivery with the ambition to reach net zero emissions by 2040.

As a founding member of EV100+, GeoPost aims to transition 100% of its fleet of medium- and heavy-duty vehicles to zero tailpipe emission alternatives, notably electric and hydrogen, by 2040. The company will work towards this goal in its twenty main business units in Europe in collaboration with its partners.

Click to link below to find out more about GeoPost and their sustainability transport work:


IKEA offers well-designed, functional, and affordable, high-quality home furnishing, produced with care for people and the environment. There are several companies with different owners, working under the IKEA Brand, all sharing the same vision: to create a better everyday life for the many people. IKEA was founded in Sweden in 1943.

Inter IKEA Group includes Inter IKEA Systems BV, IKEA of Sweden AB, IKEA Supply AG, and IKEA Industry AB related businesses. Inter IKEA Holding BV is the holding company for the Inter IKEA Group. Inter IKEA aims to use electrified or zero emission heavy duty trucks in all road transportation in the OECD countries, China and India by 2040.

Click to link below to find out more about IKEA and their sustainability transport work:

JSW Steel Ltd.

JSW Steel Ltd. is the flagship company of the diversified JSW Group headquartered in Mumbai. JSW Steel is committed to their environmental, social and governance (ESG) goals to create sustainable long-term value for their stakeholders. JSW has committed to decarbonising its freight operations by transitioning its fleet of around 1,000 medium and heavy-duty ICE vehicles by 2040. The transition will include phasing out of around 500 diesel-operated vehicles above 7.5t to electric vehicles by 2040, including 250 vehicles above 20t. The company expects that the need for operating the remaining 500 vehicles from the existing fleet will be optimized through a process of several operational improvements and upgrades being deployed.

Click to link below to find out more about JSW Steel Ltd. and their sustainability transport work:

A.P. Moller - Maersk A/S

A.P. Moller - Maersk is an integrated container logistics company working to connect and simplify its customers’ supply chains. As the global leader in shipping services, the company operates in 130 countries and employs about 95,000 people. Maersk is aiming to reach net zero emissions by 2040 with new technology, new vessels, and new fuels.

Click to link below to find out more about A.P. Moller - Maersk and their sustainability transport work: and watch their announcement video here.


Unilever is a global consumer goods company co-headquartered in the UK and the Netherlands. Being an EV100 member too, Unilever is committed to sending a powerful demand signal to the market

Click to link below to find out more about Unilever and their sustainability transport work:


Prologis, a world leader in logistics real estate, will transition its owned and contracted heavy truck fleet to zero emission by 2040, and will also use its network of over 5500 warehouses to support its customer base of over 6,700 businesses, encouraging them to adopt zero emission heavy trucks.

EV100+ policy activity

Overview of our policy work relating to our EV100+ initiative. For an overview of our other transport policy work, please head here

EV100+ position paper on the EU regulation of CO2 standards for heavy-duty vehicles

In June 2023, we sent our EV100+ position paper on the EU regulation of CO2 standards for heavy-duty vehicles to members of the European Parliament. Read our paper here

A call to the European Parliament for a fast transition to zero emission trucks

In a letter (sent Monday 26th June), a group of global businesses and organisations have called on the EU to increase the ambition of the Commission’s proposal for a fast transition to zero emission trucks. You can read more here

Join EV100+

Become a corporate leader in zero emission MHDV by joining EV100+. You can find out how to get in touch and join EV100+ here.