Com a chegada de cinquenta novos ônibus elétricos na capital paulista, os primeiros desde o projeto piloto com 18 veículos iniciado em 2019, a cidade comemora um passo efetivo em direção à descarbonização do transporte coletivo municipal.
The National Association for Business Resources has named ICCT a 2023 Winner for the Best and Brightest Companies to Work For in the Nation
The National Association for Business Resources has named ICCT a 2023 Winner for the “Best and Brightest Companies to Work For in the Nation”
The European Commission’s proposed Euro 7 emission limits for gasoline and diesel cars, vans, trucks, and buses aim to reduce air pollution and protect people’s health. A new study by the International Clean Transportation (ICCT) shows that the regulation could avoid 7,200 premature deaths linked to nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions in Europe by 2050. Europe […]
12 July 2023 (Washington, D.C.) – The ICCT and Google are partnering to launch an Advisory Committee (AC) to enhance Google’s Travel Impact Model (TIM). In 2021, Google began estimating and sharing air-travel-related greenhouse gas emissions on Google Flights using the TIM. The partnership announced today sets the framework to refine and update the TIM to […]
New Global Automaker Rating identifies leaders and laggards in the transition to electric vehicles While Tesla and BYD lead the pack, Volkswagen is making strong plans and rapid progress toward decarbonizing its light-duty fleet, and Toyota lags by nearly every measure. 한국어 日本 31 May 2023 (Washington, D.C.) – A new report from the International Council […]
As commercial trucks go electric, industrial scale charging infrastructure will lay the foundation for zero-emission freight
U.S. heavy-duty charging infrastructure does not all need to be built at once. Targeting investments and policy support in ‘no regrets’ freight zones will deliver quick wins 11 May (San Francisco) — A new study published today by the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) assesses where, when, and how much charging infrastructure will be […]
ICCT’s Executive Director Joins White House Climate Policy Office as Senior Director of Transportation Emissions
May 10 (Washington, D.C.) – Today, the International Council on Clean Transportation announced that its founding Executive Director, Drew Kodjak, will join the Biden-Harris Administration to serve as Senior Director of Transportation Emissions in the White House Climate Policy Office. Under Kodjak’s 18 years of leadership, the ICCT has consistently provided first-rate, unbiased research and […]
Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Office of Transportation and Air Quality issued a proposed rule to set new multipollutant standards for light and medium-duty vehicles sold from 2027-2032. The rule will dramatically reduce the climate impact and air pollution caused by new cars, SUVs, vans, light trucks, and medium-duty vehicles. In an important first, EPA is including medium-duty vans and trucks in the same rulemaking as cars, SUVs, and light trucks.
“Suspicious” nitrogen oxide (NOx) emission levels were found in at least 77% of tests performed on diesel cars in Europe. These excess emissions indicate the “likely use” of an engine calibration strategy that may now be classified as a prohibited defeat device based on recent rulings of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU).
A new study compares the life-cycle greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions of electric, hydrogen, natural gas, and diesel trucks and buses in Europe.