Zero Emission Mobility Industry Advisory Group

Scotland’s Zero Emission Mobility Industry Advisory Group (ZEM IAG) was established in 2019 to bring together industry stakeholders to advise on shaping a collective approach to the development of the zero emission mobility sector.

The IAG was focussed on the automotive sector.

Purpose: to explore and advise on the strategic interventions, collaborations and investments required to substantially grow Scotland’s automotive sector, with emphasis on sustainable, zero (CO2) emission technologies and business models.

Aim: to determine how Scotland can at least double the size of its automotive sector on the basis of zero-emission vehicles within five years.

The IAG set a vision in 2019 for Scotland to become:

  • a global player in supply chains for zero emission mobility (H2 and Battery) for heavier and niche vehicles
  • an international centre of expertise in energy-transport system integration
  • a global destination for innovation in sustainable, zero emission mobility.

Established as a short-life group, the ZEM IAG held four meetings and three workshops, details of which can be found below, as well as information on the group's final report.

Secretariat for the ZEM IAG and initial background research was provided by KPMG.

The following links are to summarised information relating to the purpose and content of the four meetings and three workshops held by the ZEM IAG from 2019 to 2021. Where available, minutes for these sessions can be made available on request to: