Salon News丨A New Approach to Aviation Emission Reduction: Bridging the Gap between Short- and Medium-Haul Air Travel and High-Speed Rail

On the morning of July 25th, the 22nd installment of the CCTP Salon Seminar was conducted with resounding success. The seminar, titled "A New Approach to Aviation Emission Reduction: Bridging the Gap between Short- and Medium-Haul Air Travel and High-Speed Rail," attracted the participation of over 20 experts, scholars, media representatives, and industry professionals from 10 prominent institutions. This engaging event fostered discussions both online and offline, encompassing a comprehensive exploration of topics such as the dynamics of supply and demand within high-speed rail and civil aviation passenger transportation services. Additionally, the discourse delved into the potential, opportunities, and challenges associated with transitioning civil aviation passenger transport to high-speed rail, among other pertinent subjects.


Salon News | Salon on Automotive Industry Supply Chain Decarbonization Successfully Held

On the afternoon of February 21, 2023, Agora Verkehrswende, the German International Cooperation Agency (GIZ), and the China Clean Transportation Partnership (CCTP) jointly hosted a salon seminar on reducing carbon emissions in the automotive industry supply chain. Nearly 50 experts, scholars, and industry practitioners from 17 institutions participated in the seminar and had lively discussions on topics such as how to promote decarbonization of enterprises and products in the Chinese and German automotive industries' supply chains, the development of carbon reduction in the two countries' electric vehicle industries' supply chains, key links in carbon reduction, and how Sino-German cooperation can ensure the safety and sustainability of the automotive industry supply chain.


Salon News丨Zero Emission Transport in the EU,US and China: Dynamics and Perspectives under New Context

On October 17 and 19, 2022, CCTP successfully held the 20th workshop. Experts, scholars, and industry practitioners from home and abroad were invited to discuss on topics such as the policies related to carbon neutrality in transportation, the impacts of changes in the international situation on the process of achieving net-zero transportation and how to deepen international cooperations.


Salon News丨Challenges and Solutions for Zero-emission Road Freight

On the afternoon of September 5, 2022, CCTP together with the Zero Emission Freight Initiative (ZEFI) and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), successfully organized the 19th workshop to discuss the application of new energy vehicles in China's urban logistics, the overview of China’s zero-emission heavy truck market and the demonstration project of hydrogen fuel cell container heavy truck transportation.


Salon News丨Review and Prospects of Fiscal Policy to Support the Development of New Energy Vehicles in China

On July 5, 2022, CCTP and the China Automotive Technology Research Center (CATARC) jointly organized the 18th workshop to discuss the impacts of fiscal and tax policies on wind, solar energy, and new energy vehicle industries at different stages, and the key to the market-oriented mechanism to ensure the healthy development of the new energy and NEV industries etc.


Salon News | Exploring the Path to Zero Emission: Reducing Pollution and Carbon Emissions from Ships

On the afternoon of May 16, 2022, CCTP, in collaboration with the Transport Planning and Research Institute of the Ministry of Transport, co-organized the 17th workshop. Over 80 experts, scholars, and industry practitioners participated in a lively discussion on the development and application of different types of powered vessels, including electric, LNG-powered, methanol-fueled, ammonia-fueled, and hydrogen fuel cell vessels, as well as the feasibility of relevant fuel supply and the degree of the greening of fuel production.


Salon News | Key Resources for the Development of New Energy Vehicles

On the afternoon of March 22, 2022, CCTP successfully hosted its 16th workshop. Nearly 20 experts, scholars, and industry practitioners from 14 institutions participated in discussions on the recycling and utilization of key raw materials for power batteries of new energy vehicles, as well as the challenges presented by the dual-carbon goals and full electrification.


Salon News | Next-Generation Infrastructure for Dual Carbon Goals and Full Electrification Transition

On the afternoon of December 24, 2021, CCTP held its 15th workshop. Over 20 experts, scholars, and industry practitioners from 14 institutions were invited to discuss how energy, cities, and transportation can collaborate to promote the construction of infrastructure in the process of achieving zero-emission transportation. Additionally, participants engaged in in-depth discussions on meeting the needs of different models and application scenarios under the context of comprehensive electrification and how to minimize the impact of charging behaviors on the grid.


Salon News | Accounting Boundaries, Methods, and Inventories for Transportation Carbon Emissions

On the morning of October 29, 2021, CCTP and the Shenzhen Urban Transport Planning and Centre (SUTPC) co-hosted the 14th workshop in Shenzhen. Over 30 experts, scholars, and industry practitioners from 17 institutions engaged in lively discussions on national carbon emission accounting boundaries, methodologies, and inventory compilation, local considerations, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of different accounting methods.


Salon News | Effects of Dual Carbon Goals on Commodity Freight Volume and Turnover

On the morning of August 25, 2021, CCTP hosted its 13th workshop. More than 30 experts, scholars, and industry practitioners participated in discussions on the potential changes in commodity supply and demand due to the dual carbon goals, as well as the impact on freight volume and turnover.



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