Purchase premiums for plug-in hybrids in Germany: Within the EU’s CO2 standards, the subsidy does more harm than good for the climate
The promotion of plug-in hybrids makes it easier for manufacturers to meet CO2 standards without reducing emissions.
Die Förderung von Plug-in-Hybriden erleichtert Herstellern die CO2-Standards zu erfüllen ohne entsprechend Emissionen einzusparen. Das erhöht die CO2-Emissionen in der Gesamtflotte.
Despite warnings that each step of the EU CO2 regulation would be too difficult to achieve, the targets have proven to be effective at driving innovation
Examines various long-term passenger traffic projections and how they impact aviation decarbonization roadmaps
Time for a boost: Three ways to better leverage the European Union’s CO2 regulation for heavy-duty vehicles
Heavy-duty CO2 regulations will require some changes to align the industry with the EU’s climate goals
Examines the drivers of the 1.5% per annum increase in fuel efficiency of US airlines between 2005 and 2019.
No time to lose for the European Commission to make plug-in hybrid CO2 emission values more realistic — and no need to wait!
Assumptions regarding how frequently PHEVs are charged has a big impact on the gap between real-world and type-approval emissions.
Flying is exceptionally safe for passengers, but its record would likely be cloudier if the climate impacts of aircraft were factored in, and if the safety of all were considered.
There are many opportunities for fuel consumption reduction from India’s two-wheelers, and hybrids are an incremental technology pathway during the expected transition to electric.
Initial reactions to the European Commission’s “Fit for 55” proposal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the EU.
This blog uses recent ICCT modeling of the post-2020 European Union CO2 standards to quantify just how large the climate benefits of setting annual CO2 targets would be.
A new project provides consumers with real-world information on fuel and electricity consumption.