Abu Dhabi Vehicle Emission Reduction Strategy

Working in a team with MVA, STS Consultancy (of which Ecolane was a part) carried an analysis of a range of alternative vehicle fuels and technologies as options to reduce emissions in the Abu Dhabi context on behalf of the Department of Transport. The assessment covered the technology and applicability to the Abu Dhabi context, […]

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RAC Foundation: Market delivery of ultra-low carbon vehicles in the UK

The RAC Foundation commissioned Ecolane to undertake an evidence review to assess the existing level of knowledge regarding the market adoption of ultra-low carbon vehicles. The project gave particular focus on demand-side issues including consumer attitudes to green vehicle technologies, receptivity of fiscal incentives, and the effectiveness of policies in stimulating the ultra-low carbon vehicle […]

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LowCVP Car Buyer Survey: Improved environmental information for consumers

The Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership commissioned Ecolane to undertake first-hand research to identify the most easily understood type and format of information that consumers require relating to the environmental performance of cars and vans. The research successfully identified the environmental metrics preferred by consumers and their preferences for how such data should be displayed. Project […]

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Car CO2 Internet Survey

The Energy Saving Trust, Friends of the Earth Europe and We Are Futureproof commissioned Ecolane to conduct a survey to quantify how easy or difficult it is for potential buyers of new cars to locate and understand CO2 information on manufactures’ UK websites. Manufacturers that provided the most accessible and accurate CO2 information were used […]

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Alternatively Fuelled Vehicles (AFV) Survey

Commissioned by London Borough of Camden, Ecolane conducted a focus group survey to ascertain the attitudes of London-based residents and businesses towards alternatively fuelled vehicles (including battery-electric and hybrid cars). Final report: Camden_AFV_Survey_2009_Report_vFINAL4

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