Diesel prices in India are heavily subsidised by the government but, with a growing budget deficit, plans are being made to reduce this subsidy.
Dr Kirit Parikh, Chairman of the National Low-Carbon Strategy Group, will be addressing the Diesel Emissions Conference India to investigate possible methods of implementing diesel fuel price reform in India and the impact that this could have on the automotive industry.
Taking place on the 12 – 14 September at the Hilton in New Delhi, Integer Research’s 3rd Diesel Emissions Conference India will bring together senior stakeholders from the global automotive industry and investigate the industry’s progress in meeting Bharat Stage IV legislation for on-road and non-road vehicles and fuel economy requirements.
The conference will address emissions control technologies for high sulphur diesel fuel, the potential of alternative fuels and dual fuel technology, advancements in hybrid technology for light-duty vehicles and give an update on the current BS IV legislation.
For the full conference programme, visit our website here
Diesel Emissions Conference India is the region’s leading diesel emissions event attracting over 200 attendees from OEMs, technology providers, aftertreatment distributers and suppliers from India and around the world.