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Overview of key international factors affecting Indonesian palm oil demand, including biofuel and trade policies and other market drivers

This update, based on a statistical analysis of data for more than 1.3 million vehicles from eight European countries, shows the average gap between official fuel consumption figures and actual fuel use for new cars in the EU stabilized at 39 percent.

2019.01.30

Overview of key international factors affecting Indonesian palm oil demand, including biofuel and trade policies and other market drivers

Publication: Briefing
2019.01.22
In my last blog entry, I argued that the super credits system proposed by the European Commission to spur the adoption of zero- and
Blog Post
2019.01.10

This update, based on a statistical analysis of data for more than 1.3 million vehicles from eight European countries, shows the average gap between official fuel consumption figures and actual fuel use for new cars in the EU stabilized at 39 percent.

Publication: White paper
2019.01.03

Surveys the policy background, summarizes the key elements of the regulation and the expected effects, and puts the new rule in international context.

Publication: Policy update
2018.12.17

Reports results and analysis of a remote-sensing measurement campaign in 2017–2018 that collected more than 100,000 samples at nine locations in Greater London from passenger cars, light commercial vehicles, taxis, buses, trucks, and motorcycles.

Publication: White paper
2018.12.17
Earlier this year the Real Urban Emissions initiative (TRUE, funded by the FIA Foundation and C40 Cities) completed a project using remote-sensing technology to
Blog Post
2018.12.17

The City of London and the TRUE initiative began a collaboration in March 2017 to increase the availability and accessibility of information on exhaust emissions, and particularly nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions, from vehicles being driven in the city.

Publication: Fact sheet

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