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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.,...
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Real-world exhaust emissions from modern diesel cars
Documents the discrepancy between type-approval and real-world NOx emissions from new diesel passenger cars. On average, on-road NOx emissions from the vehicles tested for this analysis were about seven times higher than the...
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From laboratory to road: A 2014 update
Extends an analysis of the gap between official and real-world fuel consumption and CO2 emissions for passenger cars in Europe, which reached 38% in 2013 and continues to grow at an accelerated pace.
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Town Plans for Truck Replacements
New emissions standards, as well as new technology, are driving...

E.U. Greenhouse Gas Deal Falls Short of Expectations
The varied energy needs and capacity of member nations led to...

Pragmatism on Climate Change Trumps Politics at Local Level Across U.S.
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EPA orders BMW to revise fuel mileage claims for four Mini Cooper models
The Environmental Protection Agency has ordered BMW to alter the...

From the ICCT Blogs

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.
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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.
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Global Green Freight Action Plan Highlighted at UN Climate Summit
Fifty nation states, private companies, NGOs, IGOs, CSOs endorsed the Global Green Freight Action Plan at the UNSG Climate Summit in NYC—a huge achievement right out of the gate. The full list of endorsers is shown in this interactive map.
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