ICCT comments on EPA’s proposed rule for heavy duty engine and vehicle standards
Author(s): Minjares R, Buysse C, Kelly S
This webinar provided an overview of ICCT’s views on the proposed rule and public comments. ICCT experts walked through the risks posed by ZEV crediting, the health impacts of NOx emissions, and the importance of accelerating ZEV uptake through more stringent GHG standards.
Global well-to-wheel co2 emissions from cars, vans, trucks, & buses
Author(s): International Council on Clean Transportation
Illustrates the magnitude of WTW CO2 emissions reductions from cars, vans, trucks, & buses that is needed by 2050 to align with the best chances of 2 °C and 1.5 °C of warming.
Fuel consumption from new passenger cars in India
Author(s): Deo A
Illustrates how policy in Europe is spurring better fuel economy performance from new passenger cars than is seen in India.
At the pump costs of hydrogen fuel in India in 2030 and 2050
Author(s): Zhou Y
This webinar presented findings from a study estimating the at-the-pump costs of both green hydrogen and “blue” hydrogen made from natural gas combined with carbon capture and storage in 2030 and 2050.
Climatic ep 4.5: the future of grid tech innovation
Author(s): Cao Q, Lemke F
As power grids evolve to meet the rapidly changing needs of dynamic modern societies, what are the big ideas that will help make the power supply stronger, greener and more resilient? Who will lead these trends? And what can we do to ensure great ideas are put into practice? In this episode, ADB Ventures' reveal key trends that will shape the future of grid technology innovation.
Climatic episode 2.1: electric mobility talk show
Author(s): Asian Development Bank
In this episode, a top regional EV manufacturer and a panel of VCs and industry experts discuss how EVs are reshaping the Asia Pacific transportation industry.
Understanding investment, trade, and battery waste management linkages for a globally competitive electric vehicles manufacturing sector
Author(s): Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER), ClimateWorks Foundation, International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD), Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation
Increasing the uptake of electric vehicles (EVs) is a strategic objective of the Government of India. The development of the Indian EV landscape, however, is likely to entail momentous investment and for this level of investment to take place, India's EV ecosystem will have to be globally competitive.