Europe's opportunity for biofuels from wastes and residues
Effects of standards on public health and climate
New edition of our annual market profile
The growing gap between lab and on-road results in the EU

Recently Released

Integrating trailers into HDV regulation: Benefit-cost analysis
Builds on recent research on the integration of trailers into HDV fuel consumption and GHG emissions regulations to conclude that the U.S. Phase 2 rule presents an opportunity to capture substantial and highly cost-effective...
White paper
Working paper
China Phase 3 new passenger car fuel consumption: Proposed implementation rule
Summarizes the main elements of the proposed implementation rule for the China Phase 3 new passenger car fuel consumption standard (GB 27999-2011), and provides an unofficial translation.
Policy update



A Carbon Tax’s Ignoble End
Australia lost its leadership on climate change and bowed to...

This Week in Science
Feathers, not just for the birds? | Problems making proteins...

EPA Grant Funding Opportunity - Air Pollution Monitoring for...
Even though air quality has improved, many continue to suffer...

The 2015 Ford F150 Needs an 8-Speed Transmission to Keep Pace with Ram, GM
Even though half ton trucks are valued more for their...

Press roundup, June 2014
Green Car Congress 06/02 ICCT-sponsored...

[Press release] Public-private “SuperTruck” effort demonstrating 50% vehicle-efficiency gains in U.S. heavy truck fleet
Interim progress reported by four truck industry consortia...

[Press release] In Mexico, proposed HDV emission standard would generate health and climate benefits
Expected revisions to Mexico’s emissions standards for...

Press roundup, May 2014
Biofore, UPM's Stakeholder Magazine 05/01...

From the ICCT Blogs

Bending the law of diminishing returns on fuel economy
On fuel economy, what matters is the cost of adding technology compared with the fuel savings it delivers. And all the evidence points to technology costs falling fast enough to keep pace with the law of diminishing returns—in the past, currently, and in the future.
Staff Blog
The end of the era of heavy fuel oil in maritime shipping
Viscous, dirty, yet cheap and widely available, HFO propelled a long period of robust growth in international shipping. But its price doesn't reflect its impacts on the environment and human health, and efforts to minimize those impacts open doors for new, cleaner fuels.
Staff Blog
Let’s update US fuel policy to promote electric vehicles (Part II)
Last week EPA finalized a new pathway for biogas electricity used in electric vehicles, a step that could potentially open up new avenues to incentivizing more types of low carbon fuels in transportation.
Staff Blog