Reassessing NOX emissions from diesel cars after the EU’s top court defeat device rulings
Summarizes research exploring how many vehicle models in Europe likely use what may now be considered a prohibited defeat device
Reassessment of excess NOx from diesel cars in Europe following the Court Justice of the European Union rulings
Estimates the number of vehicle models in Europe that likely use what may now be considered a prohibited defeat device
Increasing the visibility of soot-free and zero emission heavy-duty vehicles in the Transport Decarbonization Agenda of the ASEAN region
Summary of stakeholder group meetings
Home charging access and the implications for charging infrastructure costs in the United States
Assesses how increased home charging for electric vehicles may lower overall charging infrastructure costs
Purchase costs of zero-emission trucks in the United States to meet future Phase 3 GHG standards
Updates cost estimates for zero-emission heavy-duty trucks up to 2040
Battery electric and plug-in hybrid vehicle uptake in European cities
Analyzes electric vehicle uptake and charging infrastructure in select metropolitan regions in 2021
Operational analysis of battery electric buses in São Paulo
Analyzes the performance of two battery electric buses in operation in the city of São Paulo.
Accelerating new energy vehicle uptake in Chinese cities: Assessment of policies for private passenger cars in leading city markets
Reviews city-level government policies and incentives for private new energy passenger cars in place in China in 2020 and quantitatively evaluates the benefits that different policies bring to an individual consumer.
Potential pathways for decarbonizing China’s inland waterway shipping
A new study commissioned by the ICCT analyzes China’s inland waterway shipping sector and provides recommendations for long-term decarbonization pathways that align with the country’s ambition to reach carbon peaking and, later, carbon neutrality.
Projects freight volumes and CO2 emissions from inland waterway shipping in China to 2060 under a business-as-usual scenario and scenarios compatible with 2 °C and 1.5 °C of global warming.