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Explores real-world NOx emissions relative to test-cycle performance.
Summarizes manufacturing costs of technologies used to meet standards
Current non-road regulatory programs lag behind those for on-road diesel engines
Summarizes issues with the luxury cruise ship's voyage through the NW passage

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Integrating electric vehicles within U.S. and European efficiency regulations
Evaluates options for integrating electric vehicles into U.S. and European efficiency regulations based on cost-effectiveness and emission-reduction implications.
Working paper
Consumer benefits of increased efficiency in 2025-2030 light-duty vehicles in the U.S.
Analyzes impacts of emerging vehicle efficiency technologies on consumer fuel savings, benefit-to-cost ratio, and payback period in the 2025–2030 time frame.
Briefing
Proposed second-phase greenhouse gas emission standards for heavy-duty engines and vehicles in Canada
Summarizes the key elements of the proposed regulation to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from new on-road heavy-duty vehicles, including the major vehicle and equipment categories, estimated costs and benefits, and Canada...
Policy update
 

From the ICCT Blogs

Designing from scratch: Maximizing aircraft fuel efficiency
Why aren’t we seeing more radically fuel-efficient aircraft, the way we're seeing more efficient cars and trucks? You can get a lot of different answers to that question, depending on who you ask. The result is a series of interviews, which we'll be publishing here over the next few weeks.
Staff Blog
Vehicle and fuel standards can dramatically reduce air pollution in Brazil, São Paulo’s air quality data demonstrate
Implementing P-8 (Euro VI-equivalent) standards for trucks and buses might be the most cost-effective way to improve air quality, not just in São Paulo but nationwide. The benefits associated with P-8 standards outweigh their costs by a ratio of 11 to 1.
Staff Blog
Subsidy fraud leads to reforms for China’s EV market
Policy adjustments, created largely in response to the high-profile subsidy fraud scandal, mark major reforms for China’s EV market. As an old Chinese saying goes, “A loss may turn out to be a gain.” After being struck by this scandal, China’s EV market may find the right path toward a prosperous future.
Staff Blog
 

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