Archive for 8.3.7 Transport

Taking the High (Fuel Economy) Road: What do the New Chinese Fuel Economy Standards Mean for Foreign Automakers?

8 Energy Intensive Industries, 8.3 Energy Efficiency Measures in Key Industrial Sectors, 8.3.7 Transport

Energy in China: Transportation, Electric Power and Fuel Markets

China has experienced enormous growth in its energy markets over the last two decades, fuelled by sustained growth in its economy. As rapidly expanding transportation and power production in China place increasing demands on markets for oil, gas and coal, the effects may well be felt elsewhere in the APEC region. APERC has undertaken this study to afford policy-makers a better understanding of how transport and power sector trends in China may affect fuel markets and the environment, as well as measures that might be taken to moderate the impacts foreseen.

7.6 Others, 8.3.7 Transport

Kunming’s BRT System Overview

This report by the Kunming Urban Traffic Research Institute provides an overview of Kunming’s Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system development, including bus corridor design, network design, ticketing, and the safety and assurance system.

8 Energy Intensive Industries, 8.3 Energy Efficiency Measures in Key Industrial Sectors, 8.3.7 Transport

Improving Transport Fuel Quality in China

This report by the China Petrochemical Consulting Corporation, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and Trans-Energy Research Associates analyses the investment in China’s oil refineries and incremental costs for gasoline and diesel under various fuel quality improvement scenarios.

8 Energy Intensive Industries, 8.3 Energy Efficiency Measures in Key Industrial Sectors, 8.3.7 Transport

China Motor Vehicle Emission Control

This joint report analyzes the public cost, control measures, and policies to address vehicle emissions. The Background Report: Vehicle Fuel Economy in China http://www.efchina.org/csepupfiles/report/2006102695218823.9795104921279.pdf/China_FuelEcon_Backgd.pdf analyzes China’s fuel consumption from the transportation sector and provides policy recommendations for vehicle fuel consumption control.

8 Energy Intensive Industries, 8.3 Energy Efficiency Measures in Key Industrial Sectors, 8.3.7 Transport