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Switching to Sustainable Transport: Learnings from the Namma auto project
By : Manju Menon, Feb 12, 2020
The Namma Auto project funded by Switch Asia and European Commission aims to reduce emissions from the auto-rickshaw sector in two Indian cities – Bengaluru and Chennai. The intention is to phase out the highly polluting 2-...Read more..
Subject Tags: air pollution control , air quality , auto-rickshaw , behavioral change , carbon emissions , electric vehicle policy , Electric Vehicles (EV) , emission reduction , European Commission , Fondazione ACRA , Namma Auto Project , PM emissions , stakeholder communication , Sustainable Transport , Switch Asia , the Namma Auto project , transport emissions , urban transport , air pollution
The cost implications of BS IV to BS VI transition
By : Abhilasha Fullonton, Jan 8, 2020
The Bharat Stage (BS) emissions norms are India’s foremost emission standards for the auto industry. India adapted the first set of these norms for petrol cars in 1991and for diesel cars in 1992...Read more..
Subject Tags: air quality , automotive sector , Bharat Stage VI , Clean Technology , emission standards , fuel efficiency , fuel grade , Hydrocarbons , ICE vehicles , low-sulphur fuels , OEMs , PM emissions , air pollution