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Real-Driving Emissions test procedure for exhaust gas pollutant emissions of cars and light commercial vehicles in Europe
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From the ICCT Blogs

Beyond hazardous
In Beijing, air pollution is once again off the charts. The air-quality challenge is exacerbated by geographical and meteorological conditions, but the human-made pollution is anything but a natural disaster, and the transportation sector, like all sectors, must do everything possible to reduce emissions.
Staff Blog
Diesels dip, electric vehicles rise in Germany
The theme that ties together the good and the bad headlines emanating from Germany is that the car market is changing, from diesel engines—the German car industry’s bread and butter—to electric motors.
Staff Blog
The next generation of electric vehicles is on the way
Electric vehicle metrics like range and cost are expected to continue to dramatically improve over the next few years as the next-generation technology emerges. In turn, these cost reductions will enable competitive pricing for high-volume mainstream markets.
Staff Blog