Reports & Papers
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Zero Emission Long-Haul Heavy-Duty Trucking
Clean Air Task Force conducted a first-of-its-kind analysis comparing the operational performance of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles (FCEV) and battery electric vehicles (BEV), identifying key advantages to FCEVs in efforts to decarbonize long-haul heavy-duty trucking.
The Benefit and Urgency of Planned Offshore Transmission: Reducing the Costs of and Barriers to Achieving U.S. Clean Energy Goals
There is an urgent need to plan the transmission grid necessary for achieving America’s increasingly ambitious offshore wind and clean energy goals.
A national carbon management strategy for the implementation of industrial CCS and CCU projects in Germany and Europe
Clean Air Task Force supports a position paper on the deployment of carbon capture and storage in Germany.
A Preliminary Techno-Economic Model of Superhot Rock Energy
This report illustrates that, with engineering innovations in deep drilling, reservoir creation, well construction and downhole tools, superhot rock energy could achieve competitive costs at scale.
Transport Sector GHG Reduction for India
The strategy for decarbonizing the on-road transport sector through electrification of the sector using battery electric vehicles (BEV) appears to be the preferred choice for most developed nations and, increasingly, for developing nations. However, this strategy implies the existence of a robust and increasingly low-carbon-intensity electric grid that can be…
Climate and Clean Energy Legislation, 2020-2022
Analysis from Clean Air Task Force assesses the four landmark pieces of U.S. climate and clean energy legislation passed in the U.S. since late 2020.
Superhot Rock Energy: A Vision for Firm, Global Zero-Carbon Energy
Superhot rock energy is a form of advanced geothermal energy that uses innovative deep drilling techniques.
Industrial Decarbonisation: A UK Case Study
The UK is at the vanguard of industrial decarbonisation efforts.