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EU Energy Council draft directive on indirect land use change
Overview of the political agreement reached by the council in June on the draft of a directive that would amend the fuel quality and renewable energy directives.
Policy update
Integrating trailers into HDV regulation: Benefit-cost analysis
Builds on recent research on the integration of trailers into HDV fuel consumption and GHG emissions regulations to conclude that the U.S. Phase 2 rule presents an opportunity to capture substantial and highly cost-effective...
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Study finds link between pollution and asthma
The report points out that in the ten years to 1995, there was...

First international commercial flight completed with direct sugar to hydrocarbon (DSHC) fuel
Amyris has partnered with Brazilian airline GOL to fly the...

Ultracapacitor manufacturer Skeleton Technologies raises €3.9M (US$5.2 M) in Round A financing
Skeleton Technologies, a manufacturer of high power- and energy-...

Ford invites 2015 Fiesta to 'facelift' party
SE buyers can opt for the Super Fuel Economy (SFE) package,...

Press roundup, June 2014
Green Car Congress 06/02 ICCT-sponsored...

[Press release] Public-private “SuperTruck” effort demonstrating 50% vehicle-efficiency gains in U.S. heavy truck fleet
Interim progress reported by four truck industry consortia...

[Press release] In Mexico, proposed HDV emission standard would generate health and climate benefits
Expected revisions to Mexico’s emissions standards for...

Press roundup, May 2014
Biofore, UPM's Stakeholder Magazine 05/01...

From the ICCT Blogs

Does biodiesel really need a tax credit?
The behavior of RIN prices is starting to make it look as if the biodiesel tax credit is not only redundant but may actually be creating windfall profits for the industry.
Staff Blog
Shared border, shared opportunity
One clear, shared commitment that stands out in the agreement between California and Mexico to work together on air pollution and climate change, announced Monday by Governor Jerry Brown and President Enrique Peña Nieto, is clean vehicle standards.
Staff Blog
Bending the law of diminishing returns on fuel economy
On fuel economy, what matters is the cost of adding technology compared with the fuel savings it delivers. And all the evidence points to technology costs falling fast enough to keep pace with the law of diminishing returns—in the past, currently, and in the future.
Staff Blog