Statement on US 2017–25 CAFE standards, 24 January 2012

ICCT president Alan Lloyd's testimony at the EPA/NHTSA hearing on the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking for 2017–2025 vehicle CAFE and GHG standards, San Francisco, 24 January 2012. View on Scribd

Comments, proposed amendments to California ZEV program

ICCT's comments to the California Air Resources Board on proposed amendments to the ZEV program, submitted 25 January 2012. View on Scribd

Statement on proposed US vehicle CAFE/GHG standards for 2017-25

John German's testimony at a January 17, 2017, hearing in Detroit on the EPA/NHTSA notice of proposed rulemaking on vehicle fuel economy and greenhouse gas standards for 2017–25. [View on Scribd]

Improving Tyre Energy Efficiency: Ed Pike and Anup Bandivadekar

From the December 2011/ January 2012 issue of Polymers and Tyre Asia. Reproduced with permission. Better Energy Use: Improving Tyre Energy Efficiency

ICCT comments on Australia's light vehicle CO2 emission standards discussion paper

ICCT comments on Australia's light vehicle CO2 emission standards discussion paper

Comments: Reducing CO2 emissions from vehicles

Comments in response to the European Commission consultation document on reducing CO2 emissions from road vehicles, December 2011. View on Scribd

“Das lukrative Geschäft mit Chinas Smog und Abgasen”

Interesting piece in Die Welt on the market opportunities that German parts manufacturers specializing in emissions control equipment see in China's vehicle standards. ICCT chair Michael Walsh is...

UK: Draft RTFO amendment order

The UK's Department for Transport last week laid in Parliament the draft order to implement the road-transport biofuel elements of the European Renewable Energy Directive and Fuel Quality Directive (...

Links: EPA and NHTSA joint NPRM for 2017-2025 LDV standards

Yesterday the EPA and NHTSA issued the notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) for the 2017-2025 fuel economy and greenhouse gas standards. The proposal seems to hew closely to the supplemental notice...

U.S. low-sulfur fuels

U.S. state and local authorities are required to meet federal health-based air-quality standards for ozone, particulate matter, nitrogen dioxide, and sulfur dioxide. Cars and trucks are key sources...