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Analysis considers bus engine technologies and alternative fuels that can contribute to achieving the 10-year and 20-year targets for fleetwide reductions in tailpipe emissions

A análise considera tecnologias para motores e combustíveis alternativos para ônibus que contribuem para o cumprimento dos alvos de 10 e 20 anos para redução de emissões de escapamento da frota

This paper quantifies the gap in charging infrastructure to power more than 3 million expected electric vehicles in the U.S. by 2025.

2007.11.30

Distills best practices in heavy-duty emissions controls from the EU, U.S., and Japan into a single regulatory program suitable for adoption by interested countries.

Publication: White paper
2007.07.02

An initial assessment of the current situation and regulatory environment for two- and three-wheeled vehicles, and options for control.

Publication: White paper
2006.12.29

Use of high-sulfur fuels increases emissions and can cause important pollution control devices to fail. This analysis by ICCT and Tsinghua University found that a combination of fuel and vehicle standards will allow 1.5 million premature deaths to be avoided over 22 years, including 20,000 infant mortalities.

Publication: White paper
2003.05.30

Addresses the need to reduce sulfur in transportation fuels and the benefits that can be realized in terms of total pollutant emissions.

Publication: White paper

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