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Exploring Priorities and Preserving Optionality

John Eichberger | March 2023 So much has changed in the transportation energy space since we founded the Fuels Institute 10 years ago. When I look …

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Reducing Carbon Emissions Effectively – Now and Tomorrow

John Eichberger | February 2023 Why is the Fuels Institute so focused on identifying paths to lower transportation carbon emissions? Because that is the direction global …

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Without Trucks, America Stops

John Eichberger | November 2022 We have all seen the bumper stickers – “Without trucks, America stops”- and it’s true. According to American Trucking Associations, 72.2% of …

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Focus on Solutions, Not Politics

John Eichberger | October 2022 Americans return to the polls November 8 to cast votes for Congress, state and local officials.  It is always an interesting …

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Decarbonizing the Elephant in the Room – Combustion Vehicles

John Eichberger | September 2022 The pressure to decarbonize the transportation sector continues to gain momentum.  Governments throughout the world (and within the United States) are …

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When and Where Should We Install EV Chargers?

John Eichberger | August 2022 With $7.5 billion being invested by the federal government, the majority of which will go to build out charging stations for …

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Butterfly Effect and Forecasts

John Eichberger | July 2022 A friend of mine who worked for a market analysis and consulting firm at the time, and who personally produced many …

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Walk and Chew Gum – Keeping Biofuels at the Table

John Eichberger | June 2022 There are a lot of articles, statements, projections, pledges and policies being promoted based upon the assumption that future vehicles are …

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A Core Motivation of Decarbonization

Jeff Hove | May 2022 The transportation market is undergoing a significant transition focused on reducing related carbon emissions. In the past, most of this sector’s …

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E15 Summer Waiver

E15 Summer Waiver: Key Questions About the Market

John Eichberger | April 14, 2022 This week, the Biden Administration announced its intention to use emergency waiver authority to allow for the summer-time sale of …

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MHD Vehicles

MHD Vehicles – Dynamic, Complex and Deserving of Special Attention

John Eichberger | April 1, 2022 The medium and heavy-duty vehicle (MHDV) market is dynamic, yet it often receives less specific attention than it requires. In …

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Fuels Prices

Fuels Prices – In Context, not Hype

John Eichberger | February 24, 2022 The price of oil and gasoline is once again dominating news coverage, and with good reason – prices haven’t been …

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Life Cycle Carbon Emissions of Electric and Combustion Vehicles

John Eichberger | December 1, 2021 As the world pursues a vision of a decarbonized transportation market, the contribution of battery electric vehicles (BEV) will be …

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Should I Stay or Should I Go

John Eichberger | October 2021 Global leaders have made it clear that they want to transition away from hydrocarbons to address their concerns about climate change, …

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There’s Only One Way to Rock

John Eichberger | August 2021 If you pay attention only to the headlines, it would be very easy to believe that there is only one path …

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