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A primary analysis to estimate how improvements in engine and tire technologies will translate into fuel consumption reductions for representative HDV types in India.
Outlines the methodology used in ICCT's non-road emission inventory model; describes structure, processes, and data flows, and evaluates data collection needs for critical inputs and parameters.
Upgrades to Vietnam's first and only refinery, expected to begin production of Euro 5 diesel and gasoline in 2016, will lower the country’s reliance on imports and allow for the domestic production of clean fuel.
Describes Peru's current efforts in meeting regulatory fuel requirements and obtaining financing for refinery upgrades.
Describes a refinery expansion and upgrade to produce ultra-low sulfur fuel in Cairo, challenges in financing the project, and economic and environmental benefits.
Compares official fuel consumption values with real-world performance for 20 popular vehicle models. Officially, fuel consumption gains in these 20 models ranged from 8% to 30%. But on-road measurements indicate that 8 of the 20 showed little to no improvement in real-world fuel efficiency.
Explains the methods used to construct a global database of historical vehicle sales and facilitate the development of sales-based metrics that track progress toward clean vehicle policies and technologies.
Aims to inform the EU’s strategy for controlling CO2 emissions from heavy-duty vehicles by presenting current data on freight movement and HDV sales and statistics in the EU.
Quantifies the potential climate benefits possible if governments meet their long-term goals to decarbonize passenger vehicles with electric-drive technology.
Examines the effect that tax and other incentives in the EU have had on CO2 emissions, and identifies a clear shift over time toward tax-optimized vehicles.