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Implications of Euro V implementation in Russia examined at 3rd Integer Emissions Summit Russia

Euro V is the first emissions legislation to be implemented in Russia in four years, providing fresh challenges and opportunities for the on-road industry.  Euro V legislation demands a reduction in both NOx and PM emissions and, while the target is clear, the route to compliance is far more complicated.

The 3rd Integer Emissions Summit Russia & CIS 2014, taking place on the 5th – 6th March in Moscow, will provide a detailed examination of the implications of Euro V and assist in developing cost-effective, regulation compliant emissions reduction strategies.

Along with the on-road Euro V legislation the conference will also examine:

  • Alternatives to diesel – the growth of the natural gas market in Russia and developments in natural gas engine and vehicle technology.
  • Plans for non-road mobile machinery Stage III emissions legislation and optimum emissions reduction technologies.
  • Industry update on the Russian AdBlue market.
  • Emissions control standards and technology choices for light-duty vehicles.

The full programme and speaker line-up is now available to download here

Register before Friday 24th January and save up to €200.  Register online

Bringing together over 180 key stakeholders from across the Russian and global automotive industries including vehicle and engine manufacturers, and policy makers, the 3rd Integer Emissions Summit Russia & CIS 2014 is the annual meeting place for the automotive emissions industry.

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