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...

ICCT comments on Japan's draft PV fuel-economy standards

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John German on WEMU, "Issues of the Environment"

ICCT Senior Fellow John German discussed Ann Arbor's proposed anti-idling ordinance last week on WEMU with David Fair. Audio is here.

China Clean Fuels Summit

Two recent events in Beijing, a journalist forum organized by the China Sustainable Energy Program (September 5) and the China Clean Fuels Summit (September 4–6), have focused attention on the...

Comments on the CAR June 2011 Report

Earlier this week the Center for Automotive Research (CAR) issued a report titled “The U.S. Automotive Market and Industry in 2025.” This is a fuller exposition of an economic forecast that CAR...

Asian Clean Fuels Association: In Conversation with Michael Walsh

ICCT Chair Michael Walsh is featured in the Asian Clean Fuels Association News in the most recent issue (May 2011). An excerpt: “I think the lead fight is pretty much done,” Walsh said. “I consider...

Analysis of CAR forecast for US auto industry, market in 2025

In December the Center for Automotive Research (CAR) presented projections for the U.S. auto industry and market that forecast substantially lower levels of production and employment in 2025 if...

Perspective: Anup Bandivadekar

From the February/March issue of Polymers and Tyre Asia. Reproduced with permission. Text of the interview is also online here. Auto transportation in India and China

John German interview, WJR Detroit, 17 January

ICCT senior fellow John German was interviewed on WJR during the Detroit Auto Show on advanced vehicle technologies and other topics. Audio of the broadcast is online here.