Summarizes manufacturing costs of technologies used to meet standards
Analyzes and compares new-vehicle type-approval procedures in the EU and U.S.
An extension of our work benchmarking U.S. domestic airline fuel efficiency
Case studies of energy cropping in Europe in the context of advanced biofuel

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HFC-134a phase-out in the Chinese light-duty motor vehicle sector
Assesses feasibility, benefits, and costs of phasing out HFC-134a from the Chinese LDV fleet, focusing on three alternatives—HFO-1234yf, HFC-152a and CO2 (R-744)—most likely to be adopted by automakers with a global supply chain...
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Technology pathways for diesel engines used in non-road vehicles and equipment
Current non-road regulatory programs lag behind comparable programs for on-road diesel engines, and are not stringent enough to compel the use of the best available technologies for the control of PM and NOx emissions.
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Leading edge of electric vehicle market development in the United States: An analysis of California cities
Analyzes EV uptake at the city level, and assesses public charging infrastructure, model availability, and other factors to identify leading-edge markets in California. Provides a detailed analysis of the 30 California cities...
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Black carbon: Bringing the heat to the Arctic
On her 32-day voyage through the Northwest Passage, the Crystal Serenity probably emitted a bit more than 1 metric ton of black carbon, a climate forcer about 3200 times more powerful than CO2—and in the Arctic, pretty much the worst place possible.
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A world of thoughts on Phase 2
Regulatory action to address CO2 emissions and fuel use from heavy-duty vehicles is accelerating around the world. With that in mind, we've been keeping an eye on how the Phase 2 announcement has been covered in markets outside the U.S.
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Heavy fuel oil is considered the most significant threat to the Arctic. So why isn’t it banned yet?
When we know that heavy fuel oil is the biggest threat to the Arctic marine environment, dangerous to human and environmental health, and already banned in the Antarctic, shouldn’t we seriously consider prohibiting its use in the Arctic?
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