The Fuels Institute Announces Rebrand
The focus of the organization always was, and remains today, on the energy that powers transportation; the rebrand further reflects the breadth of how the industry has evolved and the shift in focus to non-liquid options.
We will continue our fact-based and peer-reviewed research under the new name. The organization will also continue the work published by its Electric Vehicle Council and Medium and Heavy-Duty Committee as well as supporting the ESG Integrity program. Future efforts may include other elements of the transportation sector which could broaden the scope of the Organization’s work and expand the inclusivity of those who contribute to its board.
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Policy Considerations: Emissions Reduction Proposals Affecting Medium and Heavy-Duty Vehicles
Date: December 19, 2022 PDF: 2 MB Medium and heavy-duty vehicles (MHDV) account for approximately 10% of vehicle miles traveled in the United States, distribute
Future Capabilities of Combustion Engines and Liquid Fuels
Date: October 31, 2022 PDF: 9 MB The United States transportation sector includes nearly 300 million internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles and American consumers are
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