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EU Transport GHG: Routes to 2050 II project 

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Final Report Developing a better understanding of the secondary impacts and key sensitivities for the decarbonisation of the EU's transport sector by 2050 - Final Project Report, by Nikolas Hill, Charlotte Brannigan (AEA); Richard Smokers (TNO); Arno Schroten, Huib van Essen (CE Delft) and Ian Skinner (TEPR), FINAL, Updated 29 July 2012 09/2012
Appendices    
Task 1 Paper Development of a better understanding of the scale of co-benefits associated with transport sector GHG reduction policies, by Charlotte Brannigan, Gena Gibson, Nikolas Hill (AEA); Michael Dittrich (TNO); Arno Schroten, Huib van Essen, Anouk van Grinsven (CE Delft), FINAL, Updated 12 July 2012 07/2012 
Task 2 Paper The role of GHG emissions from infrastructure construction, vehicle manufacturing, and ELVs in overall transport sector emissions, by Nikolas Hill, and Charlotte Brannigan et al, FINAL, Updated 30 April 2012 07/2012
Task 3 Paper Exploration of the knock-on consequences of relevant potential policies, by Richard Smokers (TNO), Ian Skinner (TEPR) and Huib van Essen (CE Delft), FINAL, Updated 28 May 2012   07/2012
Task 4 Paper Exploration of the potential for less transport-intensive paths to societal goals, Arno Schroten, Linda Brinke, Huib van Essen (CE Delft) and Ian Skinner (TEPR), FINAL, Updated 30 April 2012 07/2012
Task 5 Paper Identification of the major risks/uncertainties associated with the achievability of the policies and measures considered in the illustrative scenarios, by Richard Smokers (TNO), Ian Skinner (TEPR) and Bettina Kampman (CE Delft), FINAL, Updated 28 May 2012 07/2012
Task 6 Paper Further development of the SULTAN tool and scenarios for EU transport sector GHG reduction pathways to 2050, by Nikolas Hill and Matthew Morris (AEA), FINAL, Updated 8 June 2012

SULTAN Illustrative Scenario Tool - User Guide: 2012 Update, by Nikolas Hill and Matthew Morris (AEA), FINAL, Updated 8 June 2012

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Task 7 Paper Exploration of the interaction between the policies that can be put in place prior to 2020 and those achievable later in the time period, by Charlotte Brannigan, Nikolas Hill (AEA); Mark Bolech, Richard Smokers (TNO); Eelco den Boer, Bettina Kampman (CE Delft) and Ian Skinner (TEPR), FINAL, Updated 28 June 2012
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Task 8 Paper Development of a better understanding of the cost effectiveness of different policies and policy packages, by Arno Schroten, Huib van Essen, Geert Warringa (CE Delft); Mark Bolech, Richard Smokers and Filipe Fraga (TNO), FINAL, Updated 29 July 2012 09/2012
Task 11 Paper 1
 Interaction of GHG policy for transport with congestion and accessibility policies, by Huib van Essen and Anouk van Grinsven (CE Delft), FINAL, Updated 25 May 2012 07/2012
Task 11 Paper 2 The relationship of road vehicle GHG regulations with the necessity for application of wider transport mitigation options to meet 2050 reduction targets, by Nikolas Hill (AEA) and Ian Skinner (TEPR), FINAL, Updated 12 July 2012 07/2012
Task 11 Paper 3  Considerations relating to the co-evolution of regulation and economic instruments, by Ian Skinner (TEPR) and Richard Smokers (TNO), FINAL, Updated 10 July 2012 07/2012

 

EU Transport GHG: Routes to 2050? project

Final Reports

Final reports producted under the project are available here.

 


Last Updated on Wednesday 5 September 2012