Despite their environmental benefits, the widespread adoption of zero-emission heavy-duty vehicles will only occur if it also leads to economic benefits. To shed light on their financial viability, ICCT recently published a study evaluating the total cost of ownership (TCO) of Class 8 tractor-trailers with four different technologies: diesel, battery electric, hydrogen fuel-cell, and hydrogen […]
Summary Public Consultation on Soot-free Urban Bus Fleet in the Greater Jakarta Pullman Hotel Jakarta, May 2 – 3, 2019 On May 2-3, 2019, the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) and Komite Penghapusan Bensin Bertimbel (KPBB) organized a National Public Consultation on “Triple-Benefit to Reduce Greenhouse Gas, Improve Air Quality and Rise Economic […]
This invitation-only event, hosted jointly by the International Council on Clean Transportation and the German Embassy, will present an overview of the current structure and emission levels of the passenger car market in Turkey and will explore policy options that could help to increase the share of vehicles with low emission levels, including but not […]
International Competitiveness and the Auto Industry: What’s the Role of Motor Vehicle Emission Standards?
Please join the International Council on Clean Transportation and the Bipartisan Policy Center for a panel discussion on how motor vehicle emission standards influence the international competitiveness of auto manufacturers and component suppliers. The effect of federal motor vehicle regulations on innovation and employment in the automotive sector is a subject of an important debate […]
ICCT organized this briefing in collaboration with Daniel Dalton, MEP, in view of the ongoing discussions over the type-approval framework regulation, to provide Members of the European Parliament with an opportunity to learn more details about the current vehicle emissions testing schemes in the European Union and United States, and to discuss with technical experts […]