Examines the effects of a year’s delay in implementation of emission standards for heavy duty vehicles in Brazil, and finds substantial harm to health and life expectancy of Brazilians should such a delay occur.
While the AFIR proposal introduces much needed Europe-wide infrastructure targets for HDVs, it falls short on ambition
U.S. policymakers can strengthen the hydrogen tax credit in the Build Back Better Act by including an additionality requirement.
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.
Certifying that hydrogen and efuels are produced from 100% additional renewable electricity is not as simple as it seems.
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.
Since the first regulations were put in place to address pollution from cars, the arguments against emissions standards have scarcely changed.
Previous CO2 standards have provided little incentive for van manufacturers to add electric vehicles to their product ranges.
While the use of e-fuels and hydrogen can avoid the pitfalls of biofuels, how can it be guaranteed that they are truly made from renewable electricity?
[Updated] Choose wisely: IMO’s carbon intensity target could be the difference between rising or falling shipping emissions this decade
IMO member states’ choice of carbon intensity target matters a great deal.
Choose wisely: IMO’s carbon intensity target could be the difference between rising or falling shipping emissions this decade
IMO member states are set to pick between two different ways of measuring carbon intensity, and the choice matters a great deal.