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Accounts Payable Accountant

The ICCT seeks a highly committed, positive, self-motivated Accounts Payable Accountant to join our Finance/Accounting Team in our Washington, DC office. This hourly position handles a range of...
Published 2017.02.14: Job Posting

Literature review on power utility best practices regarding electric vehicles

This literature review analyzes current practices of electric power utilities to plan for the increased deployment of electric vehicles. The review summarizes a wide array of projects, initiatives,...
Published 2017.02.14: Publication

Lessons learned from Sweden’s electric vehicle rollercoaster

Sweden is a rising star in the electric vehicle (EV) world. Thanks to a combination of progressive policies and favorable market conditions, Sweden is following in the EV tracks of its trailblazing... 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...
Published 2017.02.14: Blog Post

Internship, Global Vehicle Policies

ICCT maintains TransportPolicy.net, a public, open-access website that provides comprehensive, transparent, and accurate information on vehicle regulations around the world to support better...
Published 2017.02.13: Job Posting

International Civil Aviation Organization’s Carbon Offset and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA)

On October 6, 2016, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) finalized the details of a market-based measure (MBM) to offset most of the growth in aviation carbon dioxide emissions...
Published 2017.02.13: Publication

Jessica Chu

Published 2017.02.13: Profile

Why are EU manufacturers claiming their defeat devices are not defeat devices?

I am completely befuddled. Once again, a European manufacturer has admitted they change emission control calibrations to increase emissions under normal driving conditions – but somehow they seem to... 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...
Published 2017.02.10: Blog Post

U.S. EPA recall program for light-duty vehicles and light-duty trucks

A recall program remains one of the most powerful tools to ensure that in-use vehicles remain in compliance. With many countries now thinking about the compliance and enforcement aspects of their...
Published 2017.02.08: Publication

Research Fellow

The International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) is an independent, non-profit research organization founded to provide first-rate, unbiased research along with technical and scientific...
Published 2017.02.06: Job Posting

Internship, Biofuels Policy Research and Analysis

The ICCT seeks a highly committed, self-motivated person to join us as an Intern in our Fuels Program to work on biofuel policy and related sustainability issues. Our Fuels Program is actively...
Published 2017.02.06: Job Posting

Aaron Isenstadt

Published 2017.02.06: Profile

Omirzak Kadirbergenov

Published 2017.02.06: Profile

No, fuel economy standards do not put a million US jobs at risk

Ford Motor Company CEO Mark Fields told President Trump that one million jobs are at risk if “fuel-economy rules don’t align with market reality,” according to a report in Bloomberg. There are only... 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...
Published 2017.02.03: Blog Post

The rise of electric vehicles: The second million

In late 2015, we heralded the first million electric vehicles taking to the road around the world. In January 2017, cumulative global electric vehicles sales already reached the second million. As... This month, cumulative global electric vehicle sales reached two million. What can we say at this milestone about where and how the EV market is developing?
Published 2017.01.31: Blog Post

Internship, Aviation

We are currently seeking a summer/fall Intern to support the work of our aviation program. The intern will provide analytical support for the 2015 and 2016 update of the ICCT’s U.S. domestic airline...
Published 2017.01.31: Job Posting

Fiat-Chrysler, Renault-Nissan . . . who might be next?

The news earlier this month that the U.S. EPA had issued a Notice of Violation to Fiat-Chrysler for failing to inform the agency of several software "devices" that alter the behavior of the emissions... The current investigations might not prove that Fiat-Chrysler or Renault-Nissan used defeat devices per se, but these recalls confirm that automakers can do more than just the minimum necessary to...
Published 2017.01.30: Blog Post

Impacts of world class vehicle efficiency and emissions regulations in select G20 countries

In 2014, the G20 Energy Efficiency Action Plan prioritized the establishment of a Transport Task Group (TTG) to promote cooperation among participating G20 countries to develop domestic policies...
Published 2017.01.25: Publication

Internship, Emissions Models and Data Analytics

The ICCT seeks a highly committed, self-motivated person to join us as an Intern in our Roadmap Program. The goal of this work is to help policymakers around the globe identify and understand trends...
Published 2017.01.24: Job Posting

A comparison of contracts for difference versus traditional financing schemes to support ultralow-carbon fuel production in California

ICCT’s previous work on the low-carbon fuels investment policies suggests that the largest barriers to the production of ultralow-carbon fuels are primarily economic and political. A contract-for-...
Published 2017.01.23: Publication

The European Commission's renewable energy proposal for 2030

On November 30, 2016, the European Commission (EC) published a formal proposal to the EU Council and the European Parliament to recast Renewable Energy Directive (RED) 2009/28/EC2, which will expire...
Published 2017.01.20: Publication

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