Non-CO2 climate impacts of aviation: Contrails
Eliminating the aviation sector’s contribution to global climate change will require two major changes on the technology side.
Hubs and spokes: Extending the reach of hydrogen hubs through clean transportation corridors
Low-emissions hydrogen is a critical component of the climate change solution set, and it is likely to play a significant role in affordably achieving full, economy-wide decarbonization by midcentury.
Federal funding can catalyze state action to decarbonize transportation
Coast to coast, dozens of states are considering, or have already adopted, the Advanced Clean Trucks rule (ACT) to help clean up the transportation sector.
EPA green lights California’s strong clean truck standards in a win for public health
Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) granted California’s request to waive federal preemption of vehicle emission regulations under the Clean Air Act, allowing the state to implement its suite of clean truck standards and other states to follow suit.
Three potential benefits of hydrogen trucking, and what it will take to tap into them
In the U.S., long-haul heavy-duty trucking accounts for nearly half of the nation’s on-road, carbon-emitting diesel fuel consumption.
Why the future of long-haul heavy trucking probably includes a lot of hydrogen
The climate crisis requires that we decarbonize our global transportation systems. The solution for some time has been “electrify everything.”
Hydrogen could play key role in decarbonizing trucking, finds new CATF report
Findings pinpoint operational efficiency benefits of hydrogen fuel cell trucks and fueling infrastructure in race to net-zero trucking.
Europe’s cross-border CO2 networks start to take shape
In December, the European Commission released a list of the 18 projects competing to be formally recognised as key pieces within the EU’s emerging infrastructure for the transport and storage of CO2.