According to the latest data from green NGO Transport & Environment, Denmark leads the way in putting zero-emission urban buses on the streets in Europe, with 78% of new vehicles being electric. In Luxembourg and the Netherlands about two-thirds of new buses are zero-emissions. T&E said other EU countries now have a chance to catch up by including emissions-free buses in the Covid recovery plans they must submit to the European Commission by the end of April, says T&E. Poland announced that in cities with populations of 100,000 or more, all public transport will be fully electric by 2030, and allocated €290 million to support this objective. Read more about the transport emissions activities of other European countries here. T&E has also published a report identifying five key steps to get e-buses on the road.