The fuel economy of gasoline vehicles will increase to meet 2025 corporate average fuel economy standards(CAFE). However, dedicated compressed natural gas(CNG) and battery electric vehicles (BEV) already exceed future CAFE fuel economy targets because only 15% of non-petroleum energy use is accounted for when determining compliance. This study aims to inform stakeholders about the potential impact of CAFE on life cycle greenhouse gas(GHG) emissions, should non-petroleum fuel vehicles displace increasingly fuel efficient petroleum vehicles.

Keeping in consideration rising pollution levels due to burning of waste, East Corporation has installed a plant at its Ghazipur landfill site to extract methane gas on a trial basis.

The 9,000 tonnes of waste that Mumbai generates can be used to meet its peak power requirement through efficient segregation of waste at source, and waste-to-energy plants

In the second International conference on ‘Recent Advances in Bio-energy Research’ at the Sardar Swaran Singh National Institute of Bio-Energy (SSS-NIBE), an autonomous institution of the Ministry

The TMC has signed a pact with a NGO for converting garbage and solid waste into fuel. The city generates around 700 MT of waste daily and a section of the same will be used to generate fuel.

The European Commission has published the first European Aviation Environmental Report, the result of close collaboration between the EC, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), the European Environment Agency (EEA) and EUROCONTROL.

Road transport is an important source of both greenhouse gases and air pollutants. Despite improvements in vehicle efficiencies over past decades, today the sector is responsible for almost one fifth of Europe's greenhouse gas emissions.

The move will decrease pollution and encourage a diversion in the sugar industry’s output away from sugar and towards ethanol

NEW DELHI: In its bid to increase use of ethanol and other alternate fuel for transportation, government will come out with a new ethanol policy focusing on producing more ethanol within a month.

The Department of Environment Affairs has completed the study to facilitate the large-scale uptake of alternative transport fuels in South Africa – the case for biogas.