The ICCT participates in the 19th Intelligent Transport System Asia Pacific Forum in Indonesia
ICCT » Asia & Pacific
by D'Errah Scott
1M ago
On 29 May 2024, the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) organized a special interest session (SIS) at the 19th Intelligent Transport System Asia Pacific Forum 2024 in Jakarta, Indonesia. The session focused on reducing air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions through the introduction of zero-emission electric buses (e-buses). Cities throughout the Asian region have started the transition to e-buses. In India, the national government announced financing support for more than 10,000 e-buses in more than 10 cities; its goal is to deploy 50,000 e-buses buses by 2027. In Thailan ..read more
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Cuts in average real-world emissions are stalled for Australia’s light-duty fleet, while other major markets drive towards zero
ICCT » Asia & Pacific
by D'Errah Scott
5M ago
Transformative vehicle emissions standards needed to bring Australia in line with other major markets (Australia) 20 February 2024 — A new briefing from the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) and Transport Emission/Energy Research (TER) exposes a notable disparity in average emissions from the light-duty fleet in Australia compared to other major markets. Furthermore, there is a yawning gap between Australia’s current testing protocol, known as the New European Driving Cycle (NEDC) and the actual on-road emissions, that is putting Australia at a significant disadvantage. The ..read more
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How Australian light-duty vehicle CO2 emissions compare with the rest of the world
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by D'Errah Scott
5M ago
This briefing analyzes the difference in real-world and type approval CO2 emissions between the average fleet emissions from Australia’s light-duty vehicles and those of other major markets, including China, Japan, the EU, and the US. Our analyses reveal there is a yawning gap between the light-duty fleet’s average emissions in Australia and other major markets, that is putting Australia at a significant disadvantage. Additionally, we found a growing gap over the years between Australia’s type approval emissions reported in the New European Driving Cycle (NEDC) versus the real-world emissions ..read more
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Charging Indonesia’s vehicle transition: Infrastructure needs for electric passenger cars in 2030
ICCT » Asia & Pacific
by D'Errah Scott
5M ago
Indonesia’s requirements for implementing a robust electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure by 2030 supports the country’s overall transition to electric cars and achieve its environmental and energy security goals. This study analyzes Indonesia’s requirements for electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure to support its transition to electric cars. The paper explores the necessary charging infrastructure to meet the government’s 2030 target of 2 million EVs, assessing the number and types of chargers needed, their optimal locations, and investment costs. The paper uses a model incorpo ..read more
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Planning the adoption of battery electric buses in Transjakarta: Route-level energy consumption, driving range, and total cost of ownership
ICCT » Asia & Pacific
by D'Errah Scott
5M ago
This working paper explores the challenges and opportunities of transitioning from fossil-fueled buses to battery electric buses (e-buses) for public transport in Jakarta, Indonesia, with a focus on the Transjakarta bus system. The paper highlights the importance of energy consumption, operational range, and cost analysis for different bus routes in the context of electrification. Key findings include the significantly higher efficiency of e-buses compared to diesel buses, the feasibility of operating certain routes with specific e-bus configurations, and the potential cost competitiveness of ..read more
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National Workshop on Low-emission Zones in Cities
ICCT » Asia & Pacific
by D'Errah Scott
5M ago
About this event The ICCT proposes a collaborative effort with NITI Aayog to organize a one-day workshop on Low Emission Zones (LEZs) in Indian cities. LEZs, designated areas where certain vehicles, particularly those with high emissions, are restricted or prohibited, have proven effective in reducing air pollution worldwide. Additionally, LEZs play a crucial role in promoting the adoption of electric vehicles, aligning with Niti Aayog’s proactive advocacy in this area. Our envisioned workshop, is scheduled for February 19, 2024 in New Delhi, and aims to raise awareness about LEZ benefits ..read more
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Jeanly Syahputri
ICCT » Asia & Pacific
by Zoë Bowen Smith
6M ago
Jeanly Syahputri joined the ICCT in October 2023 as an Associate Researcher Consultant based in Jakarta, Indonesia. Her work focuses on heavy-duty vehicle electrification strategy development in Indonesia and ASEAN, as well as charging infrastructure improvement in Bali. Prior to joining the ICCT, Jeanly worked with the World Resources Institute Indonesia, where she contributed to national and sub-national transportation policy frameworks for long-term and mid-term low-carbon development plans, the Jakarta low-emission zone, road safety, and the electric vehicle acceleration program for Bali ..read more
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Proses produksi biodiesel minyak jelantah: Produksi berkualitas tinggi yang umum ditemukan di Eropa
ICCT » Asia & Pacific
by D'Errah Scott
8M ago
The post Proses produksi biodiesel minyak jelantah: Produksi berkualitas tinggi yang umum ditemukan di Eropa appeared first on International Council on Clean Transportation ..read more
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UCO biodiesel production process: A high-quality production under the typical European process
ICCT » Asia & Pacific
by D'Errah Scott
8M ago
The post UCO biodiesel production process: A high-quality production under the typical European process appeared first on International Council on Clean Transportation ..read more
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He Huang
ICCT » Asia & Pacific
by Zoë Bowen Smith
9M ago
He is an Aviation Associate Researcher currently based in the Beijing office. His works focus on the airport, aircraft fuel, air pollution, and climate impact of aviation. He is doing special research feeding into China’s aviation policy window. He holds a M.S. in Atmospheric and Oceanic Science from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). The post He Huang appeared first on International Council on Clean Transportation ..read more
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