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2015.08.10

Comments on RFS 2014-2016 RVO

ICCT comments to the U.S. EPA on proposed volumes for the Renewable Fuel Standard program for 2014–2016 and biomass-based diesel volumes for 2017. Download PDF. View on Scribd. More documents by the...
2015.07.06

Request for Proposals: Fuel and Vehicle Flows in Western and Southern Africa

Summary The ICCT is seeking an experienced consulting group or individual with expertise in the downstream oil and the transportation sectors in Western and Southern Africa. The proposed project...
2015.06.19

[Press release] Proposed truck efficiency standards establish U.S. global leadership in low-carbon commercial vehicles sector

ICCT research finds major efficiency improvements in U.S. truck sector are cost effective with off-the-shelf technologies On June 19, 2015, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and U.S....
2015.05.28

Global Green Freight Action Plan launched

The Global Green Freight Action Plan was officially launched yesterday, 27 May 2015, at the International Transport Forum's 2015 Annual Summit in Leipzig, Germany. The Action Plan is a product of...
2015.05.19

Request for Proposals: Marine Black Carbon Emissions Testing

Summary This request for proposals (RFP) supports the marine component of a two-year project on marine and ports black carbon emissions funded by the Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC) and...
2015.05.19

Request for Proposals: Air Quality Modeling Inputs to Rapid Health Impact Assessment Tool for Port Emissions

Summary This request for proposals (RFP) seeks an experienced consulting group or individual with expertise in atmospheric chemistry and air quality modeling, urban- and regional-scale air pollution...
2015.03.24

ICCT and Shenzhen Habitat and Environment Committee sign Memorandum of Understanding

On 21 March 2015 the International Council on Clean Transportation and the Shenzhen Habitat and Environment Committee (SZHEC) signed a memorandum of understanding that will form the basis of a...
2015.01.23

[Press release] New study shows potential for growth in the Pacific Coast low-carbon fuel supply

British Columbia, California, Oregon, Washington have all pledged to reduce the carbon intensity of transport fuels in the Pacific Coast region. A new study from the International Council on Clean...

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