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The WLTP: How a new test procedure for cars will affect fuel consumption values in the EU
Identifies and quantifies impacts on type-approval values of the EU's anticipated transition from the NEDC to the WLTP. Notably, the effects of the new driving cycle and the new definition of vehicle test masses result in a...
Working paper
Comparative assessment of heavy-duty vehicle regulatory design options for U.S. greenhouse gas and efficiency regulation
Identifies six certification options, using Phase 1 and publicly expressed industry viewpoints as a guide, and evaluates them based on seven criteria developed to compare the certification procedures’ relative merits.
White paper
New light commercial vehicles in China, 2010: Technology assessment and international comparisons
Assesses fuel consumption and fuel-efficiency technology adoption in China’s LCV market in 2010, focusing on differences among vehicle sub-categories and manufacturers, and compares fleet features and technologies in the U.S.,...
White paper



Pressekompass: Floppt die Pkw-Maut? Das sagen die Medien
Verkehrsminister Dobrindt hat einen Gesetzentwurf zur Pkw-Maut...

Acting on climate
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2015 Chevy Colorado: Leading The Way For <b>Fuel Economy</b>
The 2015 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon has been released by...

Dobrindts Konzept: Die wichtigsten Fakten zur Pkw-Maut
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From the ICCT Blogs

Will a new test procedure solve the problem? Latest developments on EU vehicle testing
Two recent ICCT reports clearly demonstrate the serious on-road problem for CO2 and NOx emissions in Europe. The European Commission is working on it, but the approaches chosen to address the real-world CO2 and NOx problems differ substantially.
Staff Blog
Will GDI engines mean higher particulate emissions? Thanks to already-enacted Tier 3 standards, no
Concerns that engines using gasoline direct injection produce higher particulate emissions overlook two things: the engineering solutions to the problem are already known, and EPA's Tier 3 regulation, which takes effect in 2017, will require them.
Staff Blog
What Paul Krugman gets right, and not quite right, on slow steaming
Slow steaming works: Taking into account longer time at sea and extra ships to cover the lost frequency, slowing down a ship 10% from the design speed means a 9% energy savings. But below a certain speed, tradeoffs begin.
Staff Blog