In the first quarter of 2023, nearly 2,000 new zero-emission heavy-duty vehicles were sold in the EU-27, with a notable increase in sales shares for buses, coaches, light and medium trucks, and heavy trucks, while Germany and France led in dominating over half of these sales.
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.
Analyzes the potential climate and sustainability risks associated with a biomethane target in Europe, emphasizing the need for careful regulation of eligible feedstocks, and recommends referencing the low-GHG feedstocks in Annex IX of the Renewable Energy Directive.
Examines the cost-effectiveness and preparedness of gasoline particulate filters, integral to reducing particulate matter emissions in the U.S., in support of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed light- and medium-duty multi-pollutant emissions standards.
A view of the new energy passenger car market in Chengdu, a city of more than 20 million people with a stock of nearly 6 million cars, the second largest in China behind Beijing.
A view of the new energy passenger car market in Tianjin, which ranked second among New Tier 1 cities in terms of market penetration in 2021, with 22%.
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.
Comparison of the total cost of ownership (TCO) for various truck technologies and fuel options in Europe.
This study compares the total cost of ownership (TCO) for various truck technologies and fuel options in Europe, concluding that battery electric trucks are projected to be the lowest-cost decarbonization pathway for most truck classes before 2030.