Fugitive and Unburned Methane Emissions from Ships (FUMES): Characterizing methane emissions from LNG-fueled ships using drones, helicopters, and on-board measurements
The FUMES report, a collaboration between ICCT, Explicit ApS, and TNO, reveals that real-world methane emissions from LNG-fueled ships, including “methane slip” from marine engines, exceed E.U. and IMO assumptions.
Electric vehicles market monitor for light-duty vehicles: China, Europe, United States, and India, 2023 H1
This EV major market monitor is a biannual briefing that analyzes the electric vehicle (EV) market development and fleet carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions trends of manufacturers of light-duty vehicles (LDVs) in China, Europe, the United States, and India. This edition of the briefing covers the first half of 2023.
Highlights challenges to electric vehicle charging in apartments, illustrating the importance of increasing charging options for residents of multi-unit dwellings from the perspective of cost, equity, and magnitude of the population concerned.
Examines strategies from leading governments to enhance private overnight charging in urban multi-unit dwellings, covering regulatory, financial, business model, technological, and educational aspects, and solutions for residents without access to private parking.
Models the market impacts of regional carbon taxes on airfares via two regulatory approaches, accounting by country of operator registration and accounting by country of departure.
This briefing paper identifies and discusses 12 key measures adopted worldwide that could incentivize the transition to zero-emission off-road equipment.
Emphasizes the effectiveness of ambitious zero-emission vehicle sales and age restrictions on used vehicle sales in significantly reducing cumulative CO2 emissions, along with other strategies to achieve well-below 2°C of warming.
Meeting the SAF Grand Challenge: Current and future measures to increase U.S. sustainable aviation fuel production capacity
Assesses the feasibility of meeting the administration’s SAF Grand Challenge based on resource availability, production costs, technology readiness level, and policy support.
This study delves into the necessity of government fiscal support for decarbonizing international aviation, estimating that approximately $0.8–1.4 trillion of public investment is required to bring emerging clean aviation technologies to maturity and achieve a net-zero goal by 2050.
This briefing assesses the clarity of 17 differentiated state action plans submitted by countries around the world to meet the International Civil Aviation Organization’s goal of achieving net-zero aviation emissions by 2050.