Parliament Discusses Real Drive Emissions Tests

On the 23 February, the European Parliament Environment, Public Health and Food Safety Committee (ENVI Committee) will hold a hearing on real drive emission tests. This hearing will host expert speakers, aiming to inform ENVI on the development of real driving emissions tests.

A key feature of ENVI’s position is that test procedures for certain pollutant emissions should reflect real driving conditions instead laboratory emissions testing.

To further explore this topic there are a couple of interesting recent publication from the European Environment Agency, Explaining road transport emissions – A non-technical guide, and Explaining vehicle emissions – why do laboratory and road measurements differ?.


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