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.
Low- and zero-carbon fuels are critical to meeting aviation energy demand while decarbonizing the aviation sector
If we’re going to decarbonize the global economy, we’re going to have to decarbonize aviation.
On the road: Inflation Reduction Act jumpstarts U.S. transportation sector decarbonization
The global transportation sector accounts for roughly 15% of total greenhouse gas pollution.
Diesel pollution is a deadly problem in the United States
New map and data visualization tool, Deaths by Dirty Diesel, highlights the enormous price that communities in the U.S. pay in negative health impacts from diesel pollution.
WATCH: Pathways to decarbonize marine shipping
Video explainer on the various pathways to decarbonize the global marine shipping sector by switching to zero-carbon fuels like hydrogen and ammonia.
Zero-Carbon Fuels and Marine Shipping: Both a Will and a Way?
The marine shipping sector consumes around 10 quadrillion Btu of fuel and emits one billion metric tons of carbon dioxide each year. That’s more than all of Germany’s emissions, more than all of Saudi Arabia’s emissions, and roughly equal to the emissions from all passenger vehicles in the United States….
CATF Comments on Inception Impact Assessment for Revision of the TEN-T Regulation
CATF appreciates the opportunity to provide the following comments to the Commission on the Inception Impact Assessment (IIA) for the Revision of Regulation on Union Guidelines for the development of the trans-European transport network (TEN-T).