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Volkswagen Group Presentation - Volkswagen Power Day

2021

Author(s): Diess H, Schmall T

The Volkswagen Group presented its technology roadmap for batteries and charging up to 2030 on its first Power Day. The goal of the roadmap is to significantly reduce the complexity and cost of the battery in order to make the electric car attractive and viable for as many people as possible.

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ICCT is currently undertaking an analysis of the key transport energy and emissions models for India that have been developed by research organizations with well-established modeling frameworks.

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Market Monitor: European Passenger Car Registrations, January–February 2021

2021

Author(s): Mock P, Tietge U, Wappelhorst S, Bieker G, Dornoff J

In February, European new passenger car registrations were higher than in the previous month, hitting a total of 834,603. Despite the month to month increase, February 2021 registrations were 20% lower than in February 2020.

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What the Stringency of the European Union’s Vehicle CO2 Standards Means for the European Green Deal

2021

Author(s): Buysse C, Miller J, Díaz S, Sen A, Braun C

The analysis evaluates tailpipe CO2 emissions from light-duty and heavy-duty vehicles in the EU from 2020 to 2050 under currently adopted policies and three new policy scenarios: lower ambition, moderate ambition, and higher ambition.

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Market Monitor: European Passenger Car Registrations, January 2021

2021

Author(s): Mock P, Tietge U, Wappelhorst S, Bieker G, Dornoff J

In January 2021, new passenger car registrations were 29% lower than compared to one year earlier. The decrease was strongest for Hyundai (-37%) and lowest for BMW (-18%).

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Newspeak on wheels

2021

Author(s): Hörmandinger G

The study indicates the utilization of a solar system in North Africa, expressed as equivalent full load hours, with an order of magnitude of over 2300 hours per year, while in Germany this is less than 1000 hours.

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This blog is part of the International Climate Initiative (IKI).