This United States Department of Energy webpage provides links to several National Renewable Energy Laboratory documents on codes and standards related to alternative fuel vehicles. Included within the resources are codes and standards relevant for dispensing, storage and infrastructure.
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This website provides a compilation of best practices and experiences in the use of natural gas vehicles, the production of biogas and natural gas and the expansion of fueling infrastructure in countries including Sweden, Finland, Austria, Czech Republic, Poland and Germany.
The Clean Vehicle Portal as a new web-database aims to ensure a level of demand for clean and energy-efficient road transport vehicles and encourage manufacturers to invest in development of vehicles with low energy consumption, CO2 emissions and pollutant emissions.
This website provides data and trends related to alternative fuels and vehicles. Here, policymakers, entrepreneurs, fuel users and other parties can find information about vehicle and infrastructure deployment, fuel use, vehicle availability, and other data.
This website supports the adoption of low carbon and zero carbon technologies and lifestyles at a community level. It enables groups engaged in this technology adoption to be as effective and efficient as possible by providing policy examples and options.
This resource was developed as a collaborative effort between the U.S. Federal Highway Administration and the U.S. Department of Energy. It displays public truck stop locations that have idle reduction facilities for heavy-duty trucks.
This paper offers a commercial solution to the energy access challenge. According to the authors, a significant proportion of the estimated 1.3 billion people (about 300 million households) around the world living without access to basic levels of modern energy services can be reached by 2030.
The study aims to support Brazil's continued efforts to foster development while reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
This report attempts to address the question, “Given near- and long-term needs for abundant, cleaner energy sources and decarbonization, how can more compelling business models be created so that these two domestic forms of energy work in greater concert?” The business models that capitalize on
This report describes how the ISO 50001 standard is a flexible voluntary standard that can be used to help countries and industries meet climate change mitigation goals.