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Internship (Berlin), Real-world vehicle emissions in Europe

2017.07.25
Seeking an intern in our Berlin, Germany office to support the passenger vehicle team on real-world vehicle emissions.

Electric Vehicle Fellow, 2017

2017.04.20
Seeking two highly self-motivated, enthusiastic people to contribute to a wide range of research on electric vehicle technology and policies to promote advanced efficiency and plug-in electric vehicles.  

Researcher, India

2017.04.04
Seeking a highly committed, self-motivated person to contribute to our research to reduce vehicle emissions and improve efficiency of light and heavy duty vehicles in India.

中国清洁空气项目研究员

2017.03.13
希望寻求一位对环保事业具有高度责任心和积极性的研究员,负责重型车、非道路移动机械领域的政策研究、排放测试、数据分析等工作,旨在为减少柴油机污染物排放相关政策提供技术支持。

Clean Air Researcher, China

2017.03.13
Seeking a Researcher to join our China Team and contribute to our research on reducing emissions from heavy-duty vehicles and diesel engines in China.

From the ICCT Blogs

Maximizing aircraft fuel efficiency: Don’t skimp on R&D
An interview with Dr. Fay Collier, Associate Director for Flight Strategy, Integrated Aviation Systems Program at NASA Aeronautics and a former Project Manager at NASA Environmentally Responsible Aviation (ERA), on NASA’s contribution to technologies already in use on aircraft flying now, the ERA project, and a new NASA initiative to demonstrate these environmentally responsible aviation technologies. 
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New energy efficiency target for cars could help Brazil compete in international markets
Aligning Brazil's new-car efficiency target with the European Union’s target would have substantial benefits for consumers. Compared to a car meeting Inovar-Auto's 2017 target, the average new car sold in 2023 could reduce fuel costs more than 4,000 USD over the lifetime of the vehicle, equivalent to 2.4 times the cost of additional vehicle technology.
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Maximizing aircraft fuel efficiency: Engines matter
A conversation with Dr. Meyer (Mike) J. Benzakein on the importance of developing fuel efficient engines.
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