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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-specific provisions.

Summarizes the final rulemaking on new Phase 2 standards to reduce HDV fuel consumption and GHG emissions. Together with Phase 1, the increased efficiency of HD trucks and buses will cut fuel use by over one-third by 2050.

Analyzes the implications of a growing natural gas vehicle fleet on the emission benefits of the U.S. HDV “Phase 2” greenhouse gas rulemaking, synthesizing data on upstream emissions, vehicle emissions, and efficiency technology.

2014.06.10

Comparative analysis of interim progress reports from the industry teams participating in the SuperTruck program, showing all to be on schedule in reaching the program’s technology R&D and vehicle-efficiency goals.

Publication: White paper
2014.04.09
In case you missed it, the National Research Council just weighed in on a few hot items related to the in-development “Phase II” heavy-duty vehicle efficiency stan
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2014.04.09
Last Thursday, the National Research Council published its interim report on technologies and strategies for reducing the fuel consumption and
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2014.02.19
Well, the last month has been a nice little run on the heavy-duty vehicle efficiency front in the U.S.
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2014.02.18

Overview of recent ICCT research on the integration of trailers into Phase 2 of the U.S. regulations covering heavy-duty vehicle fuel efficiency and greenhouse gas emissions.

Publication: White paper
2014.02.18

Results of a 2013 collaboration with the North American Council for Freight Efficiency on a survey-based study aimed understanding how the market for efficiency technologies has evolved and identifying opportunities for capturing additional efficiencies.

Publication: White paper
2013.07.31
The trucking industry is primed for major efficiency improvements in the years ahead.
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2013.07.29

Analysis of market barriers to the widespread adoption of off-the-shelf efficiency technologies, including limited availability, lack of credible information about benefits, and uncertainty about the length of payback period.

Publication: Consultant report
2013.07.03

Surveys fuel-saving technologies, presents an analysis of the U.S. market, outlines policy options and offers specific recommendations for the upcoming "Phase 2" U.S. rulemaking on GHG and fuel-efficiency standards

Publication: White paper
2013.03.15
By now everyone who wants to know does know that President Obama has promised “executive actions” on climate change if
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