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Volunteers Needed For Sierra Club Rev Up EV Shopper Study, Round 3 The Sierra Club is fielding a third round of its Rev Up EV Shopper Study and is asking for help from the EV.

U-M researchers challenge USPS EV environmental study

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A new University of Michigan study finds that making the switch to all-electric mail-delivery vehicles would lead to far greater reductions in greenhouse gas emissions than previously estimated by the US Postal Service (USPS). The Postal Service has not commented on the U-M study.


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ICCT study urges taxing frequent fliers to decarbonize aviation fairly

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A tax on frequent flying could generate revenues needed to deeply decarbonize aviation through midcentury while concentrating the cost burden on those who fly the most, according to a new study from the International Council on Clean Transportation.

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NTT to study hydrogen transportation through existing pipelines

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NTT Anode Energy Corporation announced a joint research and development project to study safety measures for the mass transportation of hydrogen through existing pipeline infrastructure. The study, being performed in collaboration with the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology and Toyota Tsusho is expected to contribute to the realization of a pipeline transportation model for hydrogen that could be implemented globally.

MARAD launches 16-month study on alternative fuels and power options for Great Lakes shipping

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The US Maritime Administration (MARAD)—the US Department of Transportation agency responsible for the US waterborne transportation system— launched a 16-month study exploring low-carbon options for shipping on the Great Lakes.

Study estimates California’s GHG reductions since 2003 could be wiped out by 2020 wildfires

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In an open-access report in the journal Environmental Pollution , researchers from UCLA and the University of Chicago estimate that California’s wildfire carbon dioxide equivalent (CO 2 e) emissions from 2020 (~127 mmt CO 2 e ) are approximately two times higher than California’s total greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reductions since 2003.

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Three-part catalyst study advances conversion of CO2 to ethanol

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The study, published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society , lays out a roadmap for successfully navigating this challenging reaction and provides a picture of the full reaction sequence using theoretical modeling and experimental characterization.

New Emissions Analytics study suggests pollution from tire wear now 1,850 times worse than exhaust emissions

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In early 2020, UK-based independent testing firm Emissions Analytics published a study claiming that tire particulate wear emissions were 1,000 times worse than exhaust emissions ( earlier post ). The next stage is then to take that chemical profile and study the toxicity of each.

NEDO appoints Toyota and partners to study developing large-scale hydrogen supply chain in Chubu Region

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Japan’s New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) has appointed Sumitomo, Chiyoda, Toyota Motor, Japan Research Institute and Sumitomo Mitsui Banking to conduct a feasibility study on the receiving and distribution business of hydrogen in Chubu Region.

Formation of asteroids unveiled by new study

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The post Formation of asteroids unveiled by new study appeared first on Innovation News Network. Researchers from the University of Bern have presented new findings on the formation and development of asteroids. .

Modeling study suggests 1.8M excess deaths attributable to urban air pollution in 2019

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A new modeling study led by researchers from George Washington Universit (GWU) finds that 86% of people living in cities worldwide (~2.5 In the first study, researchers looked at PM 2.5. This new study examines PM 2.5 The authors acknowledge several limitations with the study.

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New Study: Only 26% of U.S. households are familiar with EVs.


A new study shows that only 26% of U.S. In the recent study by Parks Associates, it was noted that as Tesla became a household name, purchase intention for EVs has gone up 6%. During the virtual session, Chris White explained some of the findings of the study.

Study finds reduction of low-frequency noise from transition to electric buses improved residents’ health

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Accompanying the lower noise levels from bus traffic was a reduction of fatigue, day time sleepiness and low mood, a study at the University of Gothenburg shows. Study report (in Swedish).

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Alumobility study: aluminum top hat provides automakers a lighter, sustainable alternative

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Introduced at Automotive Circle’s annual EuroCarBody conference, the study’s aluminum top hat achieved 42% weight savings compared to the reference top hat of the current Audi e-tron electric SUV, which uses advanced (AHSS) and ultra-high-strength steels (UHSS).

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Study finds transporting food and ingredients generates 20% of carbon emissions in the global food system

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A study by researchers in Australia and China has determined that global food-miles account for nearly 20% of total food-systems emissions; moving fruit and vegetables in refrigerated vehicles is particularly emissions-intensive.

Sandia, national lab partners studying vulnerabilities of electric vehicle charging infrastructure

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Jay Johnson, an electrical engineer at Sandia National Laboratories, has been studying the varied vulnerabilities of electric vehicle charging infrastructure for the past four years. We have been studying potential impacts to the power grid.

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Forget range anxiety: Study suggests non-EV drivers underestimate capabilities

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But not everyone believes that, according to a new University of Geneva study. Published in the journal Nature Energy, the study of 2,000 drivers in the United States and Germany found that many drivers chronically underestimate EVs

Study finds twice as many cellulose fibers as microplastics in the Atlantic Ocean

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A study by three French institutes—Ifremer, the University of Bordeaux and the IRD (a public research institution)—has found that the surface water of the Atlantic Ocean is twice as polluted by cellulose fibers as it is by microplastics.

Independent study confirms cost savings & emissions advantages for heavy-duty trucks running ClearFlame’s engine technology

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The study was conducted by Gladstein, Neandross & Associates (GNA) and commissioned by ClearFlame, whose investors include Bill Gates-founded Breakthrough Energy Ventures, John Deere, Mercuria, and Clean Energy Ventures. —Patrick Couch,, GNA study author.

UCL-led study finds climate impact caused by growing space industry needs urgent mitigation

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The rapidly growing space industry may have a greater climate effect than the aviation industry and undo repair to the protective ozone layer if left unregulated, according to a new study led by UCL and published in the journal Earth’s Future as an open-access paper.

Study finds EV buyers want rebates, not tax credits; government could have saved $2B

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A study by a team from the George Washington University finds that not all financial incentives are created equal in the eyes of prospective car buyers, and the current federal incentive—a tax credit—is, in fact, valued the least by car buyers. The study also found that whereas time-delayed incentives like federal tax credits favor wealthier buyers, immediate incentives like direct rebates were strongly preferred by used car buyers and buyers with lower incomes.

Study: Global Recession Negatively Impacting EV Sales (Duh)

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Today’s study comes straight from the memoirs of Captain Obvious. The post Study: Global Recession Negatively Impacting EV Sales (Duh) appeared first on The Truth About Cars.

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Neste studying transitioning Porvoo refinery to a renewable & circular site; ending crude oil refining in mid-2030s

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Building on its capability of proactive transformation, Neste has initiated a strategic study on transitioning its refinery in Porvoo, Finland to non-crude oil refining and into a globally leading renewable and circular solutions site.

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NOAA study finds reducing particulate air pollution in N America & Europe increases hurricanes in N Atlantic

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A new NOAA study covering four decades of tropical cyclones found that reducing particulate air pollution in Europe and North America has contributed to an increase in the number of tropical cyclones in the North Atlantic basin and a decrease in the number of these storms in the Southern Hemisphere.

PG&E launches comprehensive study on hydrogen’s feasibility within gas pipelines; H2?

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Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) is launching the US’ most comprehensive end-to-end hydrogen study and demonstration facility, which will examine the future potential of the zero-carbon fuel hydrogen as a renewable energy source for not only PG&E customers but the entire global natural gas industry. The centerpiece of the study, known as Hydrogen to Infinity (H 2 ?),

Bentley launches 3-year research study on EV powertrains: OCTOPUS

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Bentley Motors has launched a three-year research study on electric vehicle powertrains, utilizing a fully integrated, free from rare-earth magnet e-axle that supports electric vehicle architectures.

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RSB & Bioledger release biofuels blockchain case study

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The Roundtable on Sustainable Biofuels (RSB) and software company Bioledger released a case study on the potential of a blockchain database to support traceability of biofuel and its feedstocks and overcome the vulnerabilities identified in securing the supply of sustainable renewables.

UC Davis study: roadkill declines as COVID-19 continues

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Fewer wild animals, including threatened mountain lions, are becoming roadkill during shelter-in-place orders, according to a study on three states from the University of California, Davis. Traffic on all roads in Idaho decreased up to 63% during the study period.

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FEV study highlights aluminum mass reduction dynamics in battery-electric vehicles

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A study commissioned by the Aluminum Association and conducted by FEV North America, concludes that aluminum offers significant cost savings to automakers as net-zero priorities drive vehicle development, particularly in high volume programs.

Study finds limiting warming to 2 °C would require at least a $200/t carbon tax globally

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A study by University of Chicago economist Esteban Rossi-Hansberg, the Glen A. To achieve the Agreement’s goal to limit warming below 2 °C over the current century would require setting at least a $200 per ton carbon tax throughout the world, according to the study.

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Emissions Analytics study shows GPFs make a big difference

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A recent study by leading UK-based independent emissions testing company Emissions Analytics tested four apparently similar pairs of gasoline-fueled vehicles between the US (without gasoline particulate filters (GPFs)) and Europe (with GPFs).

QPM’s positive feasibility study confirms TECH project credentials

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Queensland Pacific Metals Ltd has announced the result of its advanced feasibility study for Stage 1 of its TECH project. The post QPM’s positive feasibility study confirms TECH project credentials appeared first on Innovation News Network.


DOE labs study on costs and benefits of new transportation technologies the most comprehensive to date

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A new study published by US Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory offers the most complete understanding yet of the costs of owning and operating a vehicle, and how those costs vary by powertrain, from the conventional to the cutting-edge.

Rice study suggests stress among misaligned particles in LiFePO4 cathodes limits flow

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As an important battery cathode material, reaction distribution in lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO 4 ) has been extensively studied in dispersed particle systems, but remains poorly understood for mesoscopic agglomerates (or secondary particles) that are used in most commercial batteries.

HEI study links fossil fuel combustion with more than 1 million deaths globally

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The study team, led by Dr. Erin McDuffie and Dr. Randall Martin of Washington University in St.

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New study shows a rapid increase of diesel-fueled backup generators across California

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M.Cubed’s study highlights that many of these generators are in communities that the California Environmental Protection Agency identifies as “disadvantaged,” according to CalEnviroScreen.

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Another Study Shows Consumers Hesitant to Embrace Mobility

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But every study we’ve encountered suggests the exact opposite. The post Another Study Shows Consumers Hesitant to Embrace Mobility appeared first on The Truth About Cars.

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KIT studying production of MEAs for heavy-duty fuel cell vehicle systems

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Within the KliMEA project, researchers at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) will study drive systems of heavy duty vehicles and fuel cell technology to find ways how future production of fuel cell components can be adapted to these expected new emissions requirements.

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Study links fine particulate tailpipe pollution to dementia, Alzheimer's

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A University of Washington study has found an association between higher levels of air pollution and higher risk for dementia. First spotted by Inhabitat, the study was based on data from two existing studies, one tracking levels of air pollution in the Puget Sound.

NREL and Hyundai Supernal collaborating with LA to study aerial mobility

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To inform the plans for a first-of-its-kind public eVTOL network, Supernal and NREL are collaborating with the city of Los Angeles to study this innovative aerial transit mode.

Argonne study finds rare earth supply disruptions can have long-range impacts

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In a new study, scientists at Argonne National Laboratory highlighted which rare earth elements may be particularly vulnerable to disruptions such as mine shutdowns. —Allison Bennett Irion, study co-author and chair of Argonne’s Advanced Supply Chain Analytics initiative.

JFE Steel, Emirates Steel and Itochu to study building supply chain for low-carbon ironmaking

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Based on a previously completed viability study, the detailed feasibility studies will focus on building a supply chain.

Study finds Colorado River Basin’s worst known megadrought was 1,800 years ago

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An even more intense “megadrought” hit the region around 1,800 years ago, according to a new study published in the AGU journal Geophysical Research Letters. —Subhrendu Gangopadhyay, lead study author and an engineer at the Bureau of Reclamation.