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世界电动车之都:以先驱之势加速全球汽车电动化变革

在这份简报中,我们聚焦全球范围内电动乘用车累计销量最高的25个城市,用详实的数据展现了这些领先市场在电动汽车推广方面所取得的成功。25个城市截至2017年底的电动乘用车累计销量均超过2万辆,具体包括中国的北京、长沙、重庆、广州、杭州、青岛、上海、深圳、天津、武汉、郑州;英国的伦敦;法国的巴黎;日本的东京和京都;荷兰的阿姆斯特丹;挪威的卑尔根和奥斯陆;瑞典的斯德哥尔摩;以及美国的洛杉矶、纽约、...
Published 2018.11.08: Publication

China Green Freight Assessment: Enabling a cleaner and more efficient freight system in China

This briefing aims to develop an in-depth understanding of China’s road freight system and evaluate the potential benefits of promoting green freight programs in China. In addition, the assessment is...
Published 2018.10.22: Publication

Modernizing vehicle regulations for electrification

This briefing summarizes existing practices and develops design principles related to adapting vehicle efficiency and CO2 standards in the 2020–2030 time frame to enable a long-term transition to...
Published 2018.10.21: Publication

Assessment of electric car promotion policies in Chinese cities

In recent years, China has demonstrated impressive growth in its electric vehicle fleet. In 2017, new plug-in electric car sales in China contributed to almost half of the total sales worldwide. This...
Published 2018.10.18: Publication

To be fast or to be furious?

Three years have passed since ICCT’s popular staff blog "Fast and Furious" discussed China’s bold actions to slash gasoline and diesel sulfur content for on-road vehicles and predicting a likely...If China wants to maximize the benefit of its emission area control zones, it should go beyond its own territorial waters.
Published 2018.10.04: Blog Post

Why efficiency technology still matters in China

On September 5, 2018, six years after its retreat from the U.S. car market., the Suzuki Motor Corp. officially pulled out of China. As stated by Suzuki’s Chairman, the consumer shift in China towards...Until BEVs are able to meet the needs of mainstream vehicle market in China, manufacturers are continuing to develop advanced efficiency technologies for use in conventional vehicles. 
Published 2018.09.17: Blog Post

Fuel-efficiency technology trend assessment for LDVs in China: Summary of working paper series

An overview of the efficiency technologies shows that the potential for reducing vehicle fuel consumption by adopting advanced technologies is great. We group the technologies into three categories...
Published 2018.09.17: Publication

Fuel-efficiency technology trend assessment for LDVs in China: Hybrids and electrification

This working paper assesses technology progress and new developments in hybrid and electric vehicles in China. Joint ventures, especially with Japanese automakers, dominate China’s hybrid electric...
Published 2018.09.17: Publication

Fuel-efficiency technology trend assessment for LDVs in China: Thermal management technology

This working paper assesses progress and new developments in thermal management technologies in China. A variety of mature technologies are associated with vehicle thermal efficiency and have on-...
Published 2018.09.17: Publication

Fuel-efficiency technology trend assessment for LDVs in China: Vehicle technology

This working paper assesses technology progress and new developments in vehicle technologies, including lightweighting, active aerodynamics, and low rolling resistance tires in China. In general,...
Published 2018.09.17: Publication

Fuel-efficiency technology trend assessment for LDVs in China: Transmission technology

This working paper assesses technology progress and new developments in transmissions in China. The conventional automatic transmission is the most popular non-manual transmission technology in...
Published 2018.09.17: Publication

Fuel-efficiency technology trend assessment for LDVs in China: Advanced engine technology

This working paper assesses technology progress and new developments in internal combustion engines in China. Among commercialized advanced engine technologies in China, variable valve taming/lift,...
Published 2018.09.17: Publication

Cost-benefit assessment of the China VI emission standard for new heavy-duty vehicles

The China VI standard is among the world’s most stringent HDV emission standards and combines best practices from both European and U.S. regulations. It will be a key pathway to clean up diesel...
Published 2018.09.11: Publication

The future is electric, but why’s it taking so long?

As clean energy policy and business leaders convene in San Francisco for the September 12-14 Global Climate Action Summit, few topics of discussion are as hot as how to transition to electric...Many automakers have shared details on their plans for an electric future. How does it stack up to public policy goals?
Published 2018.09.06: Blog Post

Delineating a Chinese emission control area: The potential impact of ship rerouting on emissions

As China tackles its air quality issues, government regulators have turned their focus to shipping, an industry that burns thousands of tons of highly polluting heavy fuel oil near densely populated...
Published 2018.09.05: Publication

Clean, Efficient and Electric: Transportation Solutions at the GCAS

Please join the ICCT and partners for a full day of transport-related events affiliated with the Global Climate Action Summit. The day's activities include: 8-9:30 am: The Partnership on...
Published 2018.08.13: Event

ICCT’s China representative office registered

On May 14, 2018, the International Council on Clean Transportation completed the legal registration of its China representative office and received its legal certificate from the Beijing Bureau of...
Published 2018.07.20: News

China’s Stage VI emissions standard for heavy-duty vehicles (final rule)

On June 28, 2018, the Ministry of Ecology and Environment (MEE) of the People’s Republic of China released the final rule for the China VI emission standard for heavy-duty vehicles. The China VI...
Published 2018.07.20: Publication

Laboratory and on-road testing of exhaust emissions of two modern China 5 light-duty gasoline vehicles

There is growing evidence that vehicle emissions under real-world driving conditions can be significantly higher than certified emissions values as tested in the laboratory. As part of China’s...
Published 2018.07.13: Publication

China VI: A milestone for the world’s transition to soot-free vehicles

On June 28, China officially released the China VI emission standard for new heavy-duty vehicles, which is equivalent to, or in some aspects even more stringent, than the Euro VI emission standard....On June 28, China officially released the China VI emission standard for new heavy-duty vehicles. If effectively implemented, it will transition all new heavy-duty vehicles in China to soot-free...
Published 2018.07.03: Blog Post

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