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Overview of the proposal, which stipulates a set of limits on the fuel consumption for new commercial trucks, dump trucks, tractors, coaches and buses with gross vehicle weight over 3,500 kg. The new standard would take effect beginning July 1, 2014.
Briefing on the potential and estimated costs of various vehicle technologies to reduce CO2 emissions and fuel consumption, based on rigorous tear-down analyses carried out in the U.S. and Europe.
Concise overview of an analysis of the CO2 emission reduction potential of various vehicle technologies and estimate of associated costs in the EU market.
Profiles China's vehicle fleet, with a focus on market penetration rates of various fuel-efficiency technologies and comparisons to the U.S. and European fleets.
Summarizes the recently completed definitive analysis of this crucial issue in Indian transportation and environmental policy.
Comprehensive overview of engine technologies and after-treatment systems used to meet current Bharat III standards, technical options for coming Euro 4/5/6 equivalent limits, as well as technical options for reducing fuel consumption and a range of considerations for in-use policies.
This paper compares fuel consumption / CO2 values of passenger cars from different sources and aims at quantifying the discrepancy between laboratory type-approval values and real-world values, including a retrospective analysis for the years 2001-2011 to determine if the gap between the two datasets has increased over time. Potential explanations for the discrepancies found are discussed and possible practical solutions for the future outlined.
From a Beijing workshop hosted by MIIT April 2011 on vehicle fuel consumption regulation and fiscal policies.