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The Environment Canada regulations to reduce GHG emissions from new on-road HDVs are designed to align with the U.S. national standards.
Evaluates the historical and potential impact of transportation policies on global oil consumption and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Examines reasons for the limited adoption of cost-effective fuel-saving technologies in the EU, as input to the European Commission’s policy deliberations on reducing GHG emissions from HDVs.
Report on a study commissioned by the ICCT and the Verband der Automobilindustrie of fuel efficiency improvements in the heavy-duty vehicle sector from improved trailer and tire designs by application of a new test procedure developed for the European Commission Directorate-General for Climate Action.
This paper compares fuel consumption / CO2 values of passenger cars from different sources and aims at quantifying the discrepancy between laboratory type-approval values and real-world values, including a retrospective analysis for the years 2001-2011 to determine if the gap between the two datasets has increased over time. Potential explanations for the discrepancies found are discussed and possible practical solutions for the future outlined.
This working paper, available in English and Chinese, provides an overview of existing in-use testing for CO2 and fuel economy programs in the United States in order to inform the development of a Chinese program.