Can fuel cell hydrogen trucks ever be cost-effective? The European case

September 27th at 3:00 pm CEST This webinar will present the results of an ICCT study of the total cost of ownership (TCO) of fuel cell electric trucks (FCETs) in France, the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, and Poland, home to more than 75% of HDV registrations in the EU in 2020. The […]

Fixing the California LCFS—Setting an Example for Federal Fuels Policy

California has set a goal to reach a net-zero carbon economy by no later than 2045. Meeting this goal will require various policy levers and industry ambition and engagement from a diverse set of public stakeholders. For the transportation sector, the Low-Carbon Fuel Standard is one of the key levers to decarbonize the sector and […]

Electrifying last-mile delivery: Total cost of ownership analysis

July 12, 2022, 3 pm CEST Last-mile delivery vehicles are a prime candidate for electrification due to their predictable schedules and relatively short routes. But how does the total cost of ownership of electric delivery vehicles compare to their diesel counterparts? In some major European cities, cost parity is expected to be achieved this year, […]

Aligning aviation with the Paris Agreement: What’s possible?

On 7 July 2022 at 1500 GMT the ICCT will host a 45-minute webinar with Dan Rutherford, Director of the Aviation and Marine Program at the ICCT, on the prospects for bringing aviation into alignment with the temperature goals of the Paris Agreement. Drawing from a new ICCT research report, the webinar will describe the […]

Reale Nutzung von Plug-in-Hybriden in Europa: Ein 2022 Update

June 17, 2022, 10 am CEST Der Kraftstoffverbrauch und damit die CO2-Emissionen von Plug-in-Hybridfahrzeugen (PHEV) hängen davon ab, wie viel sie tatsächlich elektrisch gefahren werden. Bisherige Studien zur realen Nutzung von PHEV haben gezeigt, dass sie viel weniger mit Strom fahren als in den offiziellen Werten angenommen, was im Durchschnitt zu einem zwei- bis viermal […]

Real-world usage of plug-in hybrid vehicles in Europe: A 2022 update

June 17, 2022, 4 pm CEST The fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions of plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEVs) depend on how much they are effectively driven on electricity. Studies on the real-world usage of PHEVs have shown that they are driven much less on electricity than the official values assume, which on average results in […]

ICCT comments on EPA’s Proposed Heavy-Duty Engine and Vehicle Standards

May 10th at 10 am PT/1 pm ET In March, the EPA released its proposal for new heavy-duty engine and vehicle standards with the aim of controlling air pollution from future sales of trucks and buses. The EPA is currently accepting public comments, and the ICCT, among others, has been working to evaluate the rule […]

Emissions from ships sailing the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway in 2019

April 20, 2022 at 9 am EDT Understanding ship activity and emissions is important when crafting strategies to reduce the environmental impacts of the maritime shipping sector. ICCT recently released a new, wide-ranging inventory of emissions and fuel consumption for ships operating in the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway (GL-SLS) in 2019. In addition to CO2 […]