A preliminary estimate of what it would mean to apply the proposed U.S. CAFE and GHG standards for passenger vehicles in Europe.
Find it In: CO2 standards, EU light-duty vehicle CO2 regulation, EU vehicle targets, Fuel economy, GHG standards, Global Roadmap, Passenger Vehicles, Vehicle emissions standards2011.07.27
John German in The Hill's Congress Blog.
Find it In: Electric Vehicles, Fuel economy, Passenger Vehicles2011.07.26
Comparing the cost of fuel consumption and CO2 reductions from the Boston Consulting Group report "Powering Autos to 2020" against the 2010 US EPA and US DOT Technical Assessment Report and the 2011 Center for Automotive Research (CAR) report.
Find it In: Fuel economy, Passenger Vehicles2011.07.13
An ICCT analysis of vehicles sold in the EU, U.S., India, China, and Japan shows intriguing trends in how OEMs aim to both meet emission standards and appeal to customers.
Find it In: CO2 standards, Electric Vehicles, EU light-duty vehicle CO2 regulation, EU vehicle targets, Fuel economy, GHG standards, Passenger Vehicles, Vehicle emissions standards2011.07.01
Using the 2010 National Academy of Sciences report to assess 2025 technologies and costs introduces a fundamental bias that skews the analysis.
Find it In: Electric Vehicles, Fuel economy, Passenger Vehicles2011.06.07
A few weeks ago, the IEA published a roadmap for biofuels in transportation. This argues that 27% of transport energy needs worldwide could be met with biofuels by 2050, saving a cumulative 20 billion tonnes (Gt) of carbon dioxide emissions over the next 40 years – all without affecting food security. The headline messaging for the report has been broadly represented (domesticfuel.com, thebioenergysite.com, thelowcvp.org.uk) as a call for continuation and expansion of existing biofuel mandates. By 2050, the roadmap assumes 32 exajoules of biofuel production, split 50:50 between crop-based and waste-based fuels, and that the crops will require 70 million hectares (Mha) of land to grow.
Find it In: Biofuels, Indirect land use change (ILUC), Indirect land use change (ILUC), Fuels