Carbon intensity


Fuel Tracking Makes Sense for Massachusetts

, senior fuels engineer

I have been traveling to Massachusetts a lot lately. I like Massachusetts, I attended college there, I met my wife there, her family still lives there, and I genuinely like Bay Staters. However, my recent travels have not been to visit old friends and family. Instead, I have been spending time in MA talking to its legislators about fuel tracking, a policy designed to monitor changes in the Commonwealth’s transportation fuel mix and the progress it may be making in reducing its climate emissions. Read more >

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Fuel Tracking is Key to Good Climate Policy

, senior fuels engineer

Fun fact: the fuels we use to fill up our gas tanks are changing. Well, maybe that fact isn’t fun, but it’s vitally important—because the trouble is, nobody knows how much or how quickly these changes are happening.  If we’re going to assess the climate impacts of the fuels we use and develop good policies, we absolutely need to be able to answer those questions. Read more >

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