Integrating refrigerants with low global warming potential into India’s light vehicle fuel efficiency standards
Ashok is a research consultant with ICCT’s fleet average fuel economy programs in India. He joined ICCT in September 2019 and currently works with the Passenger Vehicles team, as well as with LCVs and two-wheelers. Ashok is currently based in Mumbai. Prior to working with ICCT, he worked with leading automobile companies of India in areas of vehicle development. He holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and an M.S. in Automobile Engineering, both from the University of Mumbai (India).
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