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Summarizes the October 2010 U.S. EPA/NHTSA rule proposal. The sixty-day comment period ends 31 January 2011, and the rule is expected to go into effect in June 2011.
Summarizes key steps in fuel economy data collection and verification under the U.S. corporate average fuel economy system.
Policy update summarizing the just released Notice of Intent to develop new U.S. greenhouse gas emissions and CAFE standards for light-duty vehicles in model years 2017 to 2025.
The European Commission has proposed new emissions standards for two- and three-wheeled powered vehicles and quadricycles, collectively termed L-category vehicles, as part of a broader regulation that would also cover safety and market surveillance.
On April 1, 2010, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Transportation finalized a new joint regulation for greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and fuel economy for model year 2012-16 light duty vehicles.
March 2010 workshop on passenger vehicle fuel economy and GHG standards convened by INE.
An assessment of new and emerging technologies that could be phased in between 2012 and 2017 to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from long haul tractor-trailers by up to 50%. The report concludes that most of these measures would produce net savings over the life of a vehicle due to reduced fuel costs.
Demonstrates a linear-model approach to estimating fuel economy in trucks and buses.
An independent review of approaches to evaluating heavy-duty vehicle fuel use.
Provides background information on U.S. heavy-duty vehicle fleet characteristics and identifies issues relevant to the design and implementation of fuel economy and GHG regulations.