Survey of leading-edge zero-emissions technologies for short- and long-haul on-road freight carriers
A "deep dive" into the alternative vehicle technologies subcommittee's analysis for the recent NAS report Transitions to Alternative Vehicles and Fuels.
Impact of transportation policies on oil consumption and GHG emissions worldwide, and reduction potential by 2030.
A technical assessment and international comparison.
A symposium on the changing landscape of the oil industry in the U.S. and globally
A workshop designed for regulators, port authorities, academic and research institutes, NGOs from China and abroad to share international best practices for mitigating air pollution from port activities and vessels, and inform policy development in China.
Summarizing the costs and benefits of ultra-low sulfur fuels and ULSF-enabled vehicles.
A workshop for the technical team behind China’s light-duty vehicle fuel consumption regulation and major Chinese auto manufacturers focusing on technologies and costs to reduce car fuel consumption to meet China’s 2020 target.
A technical and economic analysis of pathways and costs for India to produce ultra-low sulfur fuels.
Summarizes the recently completed definitive analysis of this crucial issue in Indian transportation and environmental policy.
A dialogue on mitigating environmental impacts of the growth in the vehicle fleet.
The ICCT and the Breakthrough Technologies Institute brought together a diverse group of fuel cell vehicle hydrogen fuel supply infrastructure stakeholders and experts.
27 April 2012 workshop for regulators, manufacturers, and others working on these issues in the EU in the 2020–25 time frame.
A one-hour webinar on the technical and environmental characteristics of the EU passenger car fleet.
A working meeting on cost-effective vehicle technologies for reducing greenhouse gas emissions from the European light-duty vehicle fleet.
A workshop for regulators, manufacturers, fleets, academics and NGOs to facilitate an exchange of ideas on controlling emissions from HDVs and inform policy development in Europe.
The Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF), the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), the Environmental Pollution Control Authority (EPCA), and the ICCT organized a workshop to educate policymakers on the impact of air pollution on human health.
The ICCT brought together a diverse group of stakeholders and outside experts on July 22, 2011 in San Francisco to brainstorm ways to fund hydrogen fueling infrastructure in California.
The ICCT, with the help of CE Delft, organized a workshop in Brussels on accounting for electric drive vehicles in the context of European CO2 emission legislation.
ICCT together with TERI organized a workshop on ‘Cleaner liquid fuels and improved vehicular technologies' to take forward the process of developing a roadmap for moving towards cleaner liquid fuels in the transport sector. The workshop focused on the need for one country, one vehicle, one fuel and an appropriate policy considering the impacts on human health.