Bringing down CO2 emissions on the road: Is WLTP enough?

The introduction of the new Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP) is expected to lead to more representative emission measurements than the old NEDC test cycle. However, there will still be a gap between real world emissions and the values measured in the laboratory.

The introduction of the new Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP) is expected to lead to more representative emission measurements than the old NEDC test cycle. However, there will still be a gap between real world emissions and the values measured in the laboratory.


This event will bring together representatives of NGOs, motorists, industry, as well as researchers to discuss the opportunities and challenges resulting from the transition to the WLTP, and its effects in the context of the debate on the post-2020 CO2 standards for cars and vans.

Kindly hosted by Mrs Revault d’Allonnes-Bonnefoy MEP, this event is organised as part of the Get Real campaign on real fuel consumption figures, supported by the Life+ programme.

 

Programme

  • 13:00 Welcome of participants and light lunch
  • 13:10 Introduction: MEP Revault d'Allonnes-Bonnefoy
  • 13:20 Presentations:

- Peter Mock, EU managing director, ICCT
- Rob Cuelenaere, senior consultant sustainable transport & logistics, TNO (tbc)

  • 13:50 Panel discussion moderated by Dorothee Saar, head of the transport and air quality team, Deutsche Umwelthilfe

- Filip François, policy officer, DG Clima
- Chris Carroll, policy director, FIA
- Julia Poliscanova, clean vehicles manager, T&E
- Paul Greening, emissions and fuel director, ACEA
- Dominik Fisch, CEO, Spritmonitor

  • 14:25 Q&A
  • 14:50 Conclusion: MEP Revault d'Allonnes-Bonnefoy
  • 15:00 End of event

 

REGISTER HERE

 

* “Get Real: Demand fuel figures you can trust” is a joint project by T&E and DUH, funded under the LIFE programme of the EU Commission.


When?

Wednesday, September 26, 2018 - 13:00 to 15:00

Where?

European Parliament 60 rue Wiertz
Room JAN 4Q2
1047 Brussels
Belgium