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BestEV v1.0 Methodology Summary Brief (May 2016 / Clean Transportation Program)
The BestEV v1.0 methodology summary brief is meant to provide a quick overview of the process and results of each of the BestEV methodology development stage and the final result. The brief also includes the calculation method or arriving at the BestEV's v1.0 qualitative and quantitative criteria, as well as an end results divided to vehicle cost ranges.
The China Urban Transportation Emissions Calculator (CUTEC) private vehicles (PV) version 1.0 (March 2016/Clean Transportation Program)
The China Urban Transportation Emissions Calculator (CUTEC) private vehicles (PV) version 1.0 is the fruit of iCET's CTTP's year of project development together with E4Tech. The calculator is meant to support urban transport decision making through the comparison of various policy impacts on local air quality and carbon emissions, as well as other related effects such as congestion. CUTEC is designed to be an open-source: it is an Office spreadsheet tool that enables insights into the entire design and calculation processes, it is adjustable to local conditions and requirements, and it is free for use. The calculator was refined through the support of the Shenzhen Urban Transport Planning Center in providing Shenzhen's actual fleet data. Among reviewers and contributors to CUTEC are the Shenzhen Transport Development Research Institute (TDRI), Shenzhen Tsinghua Graduate School, Sun Yet Sen University, the World Resources Institute (WRI) and others. The CUTEC project was funded by the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, the UK Strategic Posterity Fund, and the Blue Moon Fund.
China Passenger Vehicle Fuel Consumption 2015 Development Annual Report (Dec.2016/Clean Transportation Program)
It has been 9 years since China’s fuel consumption standards went into their implementation phase. During this period, China’s domestic average fuel consumption improved from 8.16L/100km to 7.12L/100km (if incorporating the contributions brought by new energy vehicles). China’s overall per-km fuel consumption was reduced by 12.7% during this period, with an average annual decrease of about 3%. This report utilizes key indicators that track the development of China’s CAFC standards implementation on the vehicle level, single company and corporate level, and from an NEV perspective.
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iCET participated in China’s “2016 Green Sustainable Consumption Week” launching ceremony expert panel discussion 

The UNEP endorsed “2016 Green Sustainable Consumption Week” was officially launched on August 3rd at the Park Hyatt Hotel, organized by WWF and CCFA for the third consecutive year. iCET’s president, Dr. Feng An, introduced iCET’s Clean Transportation Transformation and its green travel activities in the “Join Forces for Sustainable Spending and Clean Production” panel. Beijing Media Network further interviewed Dr An on his insights on clean low-carbon travel options.
iCET is invited to take part in China's first Bioenergy Sustainability Standard Working Group as its sole NGO committee member 
Approved by the Standardization Administration of China (SAC) and led by China Quality Certification Center (CQC), China's Bioenergy Sustainability Standard Working Group held its first kick-off meeting on June 16th, i CET was invited as the Committee's sole NGO, with i CET's Clean Transportation Manager Ms. Kang Liping serving as its technical consultant.
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