Tag : Emissions Analytics
Hybrid cars could provide a lower-risk way of reducing carbon emissions compared to plug-in hybrids (PHEVs), potentially helping to cut CO2 faster, according to a new … Read More »
Governments and cities are being warned not to focus solely on the eco benefits of electric vehicles as latest research finds hybrids could provide the most … Read More »
Emissions Analytics is developing a new rating system which will identify which vehicles are likely to come close to or exceed their legal NOx and particulate … Read More »
More work is needed to understand the impact of aggressive and ‘unusual’ driving events on vehicle emissions to avoid impacting on air quality goals.
Proposed scrappage schemes could have a negative impact on air quality while also not benefiting CO2 reduction targets if they are not properly planned, according to … Read More »
The best-performing Euro 6 diesel engines emit as little NOx as petrol, while the worst-offending ones pollute worse than some 10-year-old cars.
Emissions Analytics has extended its EQUA Index programme to test electric vehicles.
Many vehicles will still exceed official CO2 and NOx emissions figures even if drivers are trained to drive more efficiently, new research from Emissions Analytics has … Read More »
London businesses and authorities can now find out the real-world emissions of their cars and vans under a new service.
The “real-world” emission test introduced at the start of September for all new vehicles still needs updating to give an accurate picture of harmful exhaust emissions … Read More »
All the key news in fleet from the last week… Surge pricing to ‘blow smoke screen’ over true cost of fuel Supermarkets such as Morrisons, Tesco … Read More »
Diesel Euro 6 vehicles continue to deliver drastically different nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions when tested in the real world, with some models meeting official targets while … Read More »
A website detailing real-world vehicle emissions figures is to launch this autumn in London and Paris, providing a basis for the forthcoming clean air zone charges.
The gap between official MPG figures and real-world performance will remain significant despite regulatory change later this year.
Hybrid electric vehicles could soon overtake diesels when it comes to motorway/highway fuel economy as well as for urban mpg.