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Significant moves towards reliable fuel data

The procedure for recording the polluting and climate-changing impact of a new car once it gets on the road has become more accurate, with the entry into force of two new emissions tests that replace the discredited NEDC test. The milestone comes as a new award-winning test protocol by Peugeot-Citroën with T&E and two other partners promises even greater accuracy in the future.

Published on October 3, 2017 - 12:43

Commission stands firm on electric vehicle mandate

A clean vehicle sales mandate for Europe is still on track to be part of the forthcoming European Commission proposal on decarbonising cars, it has been confirmed. ‘There can be a mandate ... an incentive for zero and low emissions cars,’ the head of the climate directorate, Jos Delbeke told a recent T&E conference on cutting car CO2 emissions and electrifying the car fleet.

Published on October 3, 2017 - 12:10

Shared mobility event rolls into Paris as city plans autonomous vehicle future

With Paris going to host the 2024 Olympic games, it’s ramping up plans for a shared and autonomous vehicle future. Sometimes seen as a 19th century pre-car capital, the city of light could become the world’s first post-car metropolis. By 2020 all diesel cars will be banned and, by the time the games roll into town, driverless taxis should be making ride after ride – freeing up precious parking space.

Published on October 3, 2017 - 11:49

China’s clean vehicles sales quota a game changer for the EU

Today’s announcement by China of quotas on imports and production for electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles is a game changer in decarbonising transport and a wake-up call to the EU to not be left behind in cleaning up its car fleet, sustainable transport group Transport & Environment (T&E) has said. The European Commission is considering introducing a zero-emission vehicle sales target in the draft EU car CO2 standards expected in November.

Published on September 28, 2017 - 13:52

The role of road charging in improving transport

On 31 May 2017, the European Commission published its proposal to review the ‘Eurovignette’ Directive. The Directive defines how Member States of the European Union can charge vehicles for their use of road infrastructure and was conceived to ensure the proper functioning of the EU transport market. Transport accounts for around a quarter of EU GHG emissions. Meanwhile air pollution from road transport contributes to over 400,000 premature deaths per year, 26,000 people die in traffic annually, and the EU economy loses €100 bn every year in congestion. This briefing outlines why road charging is a key instrument to tackle this.

Published on September 12, 2017 - 14:49

Carmakers failing to hit their own goals for sales of electric cars

This briefing collates a range of evidence and shows that carmakers are failing to achieve their own targets for sales of battery electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles. It also shows that the very limited choice of electric cars, long waiting times to receive cars, limited availability and crucially a lack of marketing investment are contributing for carmakers’ lack of sales.

Published on September 5, 2017 - 17:35

Le protocole de mesure de consommation de carburant en conditions réelles élaboré par le Groupe PSA, T&E, FNE et Bureau Veritas fournit des données fiables pour les conducteurs

Après 18 mois de tests sur 60 véhicules, quelque 430 essais sur route et plus de 40 000 kilomètres parcourus, le Groupe PSA, France Nature Environnement (FNE), Transport & Environment (T&E) et Bureau Veritas publient un rapport détaillé des enseignements tirés des mesures de consommation en usage réel.

Published on September 5, 2017 - 14:50

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