Presentation highlighting findings thus far of ICCT's five-part vehicle electrification policy study.


A survey of the benefits of energy efficiency improvements for passenger vehicle tires, and of policies designed to promote those benefits in the EU, US, Japan, and South Korea.


Builds on more detailed explanations in past WLTP doucments and presents, for discussion, a proposal for defining inertia classes for the WLTP GTR.


This paper was submitted to the UNECE GRPE informal subgroup on the development of a worldwide harmonized light vehicles test procedure (WLTP-DTP) on the issue of inertia classes to be used in the development of the WLTP.


From a Beijing workshop hosted by MIIT April 2011 on vehicle fuel consumption regulation and fiscal policies.


Overview of the climate challenge for aviation, introduction to concepts and policy developments, summary of key design criteria.


Summarizes recent developments in the implementation phases of the US Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS2) and CA's Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) and provides the status of emerging LCF policy initiatives at regional levels.


A wide-ranging analysis of vehicle emissions control policies in China, evaluating successes to date and assessing potential for new vehicle and fuel standards, compliance monitoring, and impacts of advanced technologies and fuels.


Part 4 of a five-part policy study, summarizing the current status of vehicle and infrastructure technologies.


Part 2 of a five-part policy study, summarizing the current status of vehicle and infrastructure technologies.


Part 1 of a five-part policy study, summarizing the current status of vehicle and infrastructure technologies.


On February 15, 2011 the European Parliament adopted legislation that, for the first time, will regulate CO2 emissions from light commercial vehicles (LCV) in Europe. It is expected to formally become law in the first half of 2011.


Assesses taxes and incentives applied to new private passenger vehicles by governments seeking to use fiscal policy to strengthen standards-based approaches to vehicle emissions regulation.


Presentation to the 1st European Automotive Summit, November 2010.


Summarizes the October 2010 U.S. EPA/NHTSA rule proposal. The sixty-day comment period ends 31 January 2011, and the rule is expected to go into effect in June 2011.


Regulations to reduce GHG emissions are driving a flood of investment in industries and innovative technologies that fuel economic growth while attacking the global problem of inefficient use of expensive, polluting oil.


Summarizes key steps in fuel economy data collection and verification under the U.S. corporate average fuel economy system.


Highlights dramatic disparities in life-cycle greenhouse gas emissions of crudes from different sources, and points to significant reductions that could be achieved by infrastructure improvements, technology upgrades, and other measures.


Policy update summarizing the just released Notice of Intent to develop new U.S. greenhouse gas emissions and CAFE standards for light-duty vehicles in model years 2017 to 2025.


The European Commission has proposed new emissions standards for two- and three-wheeled powered vehicles and quadricycles, collectively termed L-category vehicles, as part of a broader regulation that would also cover safety and market surveillance.