The Case for Developing an ESG Plan

Increasing demands from investors and the public make ESG pursuits a timely consideration.
The Easiest and Hardest Commercial Vehicles to Decarbonize

Our first report looks at the top five and bottom five applications for MHDV decarbonization as a function of technology readiness and quantifies each market’s impact on the overall U.S. MHDV market and contribution to U.S. MHDV GHG emissions.
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Evaluation of Policies for Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Deployment

This report, commissioned by the Fuels Institute’s Electric Vehicle Council, was developed by ICF researchers who reviewed and evaluated the market influence of nearly 500 different policies and incentives. The report offers valuable lessons that can be leveraged to better inform the design and implementation of new programs that seek to build out EVSE infrastructure
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Our Process

The Fuels Institute is a nonprofit dedicated toward studying transportation-energy. Research topics are chosen by our Board of Advisors and voted on by our Board of Directors. These Boards are made up of a diverse cross-section of the transportation-energy industry to ensure our work from conception to publication is fair, unbiased and collective.

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Please contact Amanda Appelbaum, Director of Research, for more information.

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The Research Fund empowers the Board of Advisors to focus on the most important topics and answer the most relevant questions with the knowledge that funding is not a concern. Supporting the Research Fund of the Fuels Institute will ensure that the organization continues contributing balanced and objective analyses of the critical issues facing the transportation energy sector.

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