Highlights current policies framing the electrification of urban mobility and provides recommendations for municipalities in Poland and Germany
South Africa flagship on green mobility: Johannesburg Metrobus, Part II: Assessment of diesel dual-fuel engine bus
Evaluates the environmental and operational performance of the Johannesburg Metrobus Diesel Dual-Fuel (DDF) Program by focusing on aspects including fuel consumption and real-world emissions.
Assesses alternative fuel and engine technology pathways for improving air quality and reducing CO2 emissions from the Metrobus fleet in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Methods of converting the type-approval fuel economy and CO2 emission values of light vehicles: An analysis for New Zealand
Develops methods and algorithms that New Zealand can adopt to determine compliance with LDV low-emission policies on a Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicles Test Procedure CO2-equivalent basis.
Assesses clean technology options for bus fleet purchases by the municipality of Polokwane, South Africa.
Evaluates how polices enacted to reduce GHG emissions from heavy-duty trucks have impacted technology deployment.
Highlights the current uptake of electric passenger cars and the rollout of public recharging infrastructure.
Estimates the air and water emissions associated with ships using heavy fuel oil with scrubbers and compares them to ships without scrubbers using marine gas oil.
Analyzes the real-world emissions data of Krakow’s vehicle fleet and compares the findings to measurements made in other European cities.
Analyzes the well-to-wheel greenhouse gas emissions of long-haul trucks running on diesel and liquefied natural gas.