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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.
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.
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.
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
Summarizes and evaluates approaches to testing and certifying power-train systems and complete vehicles.
An overview of global heavy-duty vehicle standards and the U.S. rule finalized in 2011.