Accelerating Hainan’s transition to new energy vehicles to hit its target for peak CO2 emissions by 2030
Conducts detailed CO2 emissions modeling to determine the pace of vehicle electrification that would ensure peaking of tank-to-wheel CO2 emissions from on-road transportation in Hainan province of China not later than 2030.
Analyzes the real-world emissions of 33,600 European trucks and buses to quantify pollutant emissions across different Euro standards
Analyzes the application of fuel cells in long-haul tractor-trailers and compares their energy efficiency to battery-electric and diesel technologies.
Describes the potential to shift a share of Brazil’s cargo shipments from road to coastal shipping in the context of a new coastal shipping law.
Projects the levels of carbon emissions from China’s coastal shipping sector under three scenarios: business as usual, consistent with a 1.5°C degree temperature cap, and consistent with a 2°C degree cap.
Update on the progress of passenger car electrification in Europe’s urban, intermediate, and rural regions.
Estimates the volume of fuel demand and potential market size, in U.S. dollars, under three scenarios for future liquid hydrogen (LH2) refueling in Alaska.
Canada’s path to 100% zero-emission light-duty vehicle sales: Regulatory options and greenhouse gas impacts
Evaluates the CO2 emission impacts of possible regulatory pathways for achieving Canada’s 100% electric vehicle sales target.
An overview of the market for two- and three-wheelers, including electric models, in ASEAN nations