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Assesses feasibility, benefits, and costs of phasing out HFC-134a in China
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
Summarizes manufacturing costs of technologies used to meet standards

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Literature review on power utility best practices regarding electric vehicles
Summarizes projects, initiatives, and exemplary practices among electric utilities to promote the integration of electric vehicles and maximize their potential benefits.
White paper
International Civil Aviation Organization’s Carbon Offset and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA)
Describes the details of the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA), the International Civil Aviation Organization’s market-based measure to offset most of the growth in aviation carbon...
Policy update
U.S. EPA recall program for light-duty vehicles and light-duty trucks
Reviews the structure of EPA’s emission recall program for light-duty vehicles and trucks (LDV and LDT) and its effectiveness over time and also explains the recall authority, procedures, and coordination among offices.
Briefing
 

From the ICCT Blogs

Lessons learned from Sweden’s electric vehicle rollercoaster
Although the Swedish government is planning to introduce a feebate program in 2018, which will likely bring an end to the EV market rollercoaster, other countries can learn a valuable lesson from the Swedish rebate program: dependable policies are key to steady EV market growth.
Staff Blog
Why are EU manufacturers claiming their defeat devices are not defeat devices?
PSA has admitted to changing emission control calibrations under normal driving—but denies using banned engine software. The gaming of defeat device regulations has gone on for far too long in the EU. It's time for the charade to stop.
Staff Blog
No, fuel economy standards do not put a million US jobs at risk
Ford CEO Mark Fields has to know that the US fuel-economy rules are already designed to “align with market reality.” Maybe he doesn't know that a study he's relying on for his numbers is discreditable.
Staff Blog
 

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