(Washington D.C.) February 21, 2024 — Today, the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) released a study exploring the potential for the United States to secure a reliable supply of lithium to keep up with increased sales of battery electric vehicles (BEVs). Many batteries and battery materials will be required to supply the climbing sales […]
Cuts in average real-world emissions are stalled for Australia’s light-duty fleet, while other major markets drive towards zero
Transformative vehicle emissions standards needed to bring Australia in line with other major markets.
Workshop held in Delhi brought together stakeholders in the sector taking the conversation forward on the implementation of LEZs in Indian cities
The ICCT in collaboration with NITI Aayog organized a one-day workshop on Low Emission Zones (LEZs) in Indian cities. The workshop was attended by over 100 people representing various departments of the national and state governments, inter-governmental organizations, private sector, civil society, academia and practitioners.
Independent Advisory Committee for Google’s Travel Impact Model agrees on more comprehensive accounting of aviation’s climate effects
The gap between real-world and official values for CO2 emissions and fuel consumption grows again despite new test procedure
A new ICCT study indicates that the gap between real-world and official CO2 emission and fuel consumption values of new combustion engine cars increased between 2018 and 2022 from 8% to 14%. Berlin, 31 January – The average gap, or divergence, between the official and real-world fuel consumption and CO2 emission values of passenger cars […]
Trotz neuem Prüfverfahren: Offizielle und reale Emissions- und Verbrauchswerte von Pkw klaffen erneut auseinander
Eine neue ICCT-Studie zeigt, dass die Differenz zwischen den tatsächlichen CO2-Emissionen und Kraftstoffverbräuchen von Neuwagen und den offiziell angegebenen Werten zwischen 2018 und 2022 von 8 auf 14 Prozent gewachsen ist. Berlin, 31. Januar – Die Differenz zwischen Herstellerangaben und tatsächlichem Kraftstoffverbrauch bzw. CO2-Emissionen von Pkw hat sich trotz Einführung eines neuen Fahrzeugprüfverfahrens erneut vergrößert. […]
Real-world methane emissions from LNG-fueled ships are higher than current regulations assume, new study finds
Policymakers urged to consider increasing the default methane slip value to at least 6% for the most common LNG engine (January 25th, 2024) Washington, DC. − Today, the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) released a new report characterizing methane emissions from ships fueled by liquefied natural gas (LNG) operating in Europe and Australia. It […]
New Study Estimates Over 160,000 Jobs to be Created by U.S. Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Buildout by 2032
(Washington, DC) 23 January 2024 — Today, the International Council on Clean Transportation released a groundbreaking study, projecting the significant job opportunities to be created by the expansion of electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure in the United States. The report explores the labor demands that will arise due to the rapid growth of the EV […]
The International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) is pleased to announce a change in the leadership of its Board of Directors. Anthony Eggert, a dedicated Member of the Board since 2021, has assumed the role of Board Chair, effective this month.
Elektroautos erreichen immer mehr gesellschaftliche Gruppen – günstigere Modelle und mehr Ladepunkte sind zentral für den Umstieg
Ein neuer Monitor des ICCT analysiert die Entwicklung des Elektroauto-Marktes aus sozialer Perspektive und leitet Handlungsempfehlungen für die Politik ab.