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10th Integer Emissions Summit Europe reports record attendance

The 10th Integer Emissions Summit Europe brought together nearly 300 key senior executives from across the on-road and non-road industries.

Hosting dedicated streams for heavy-duty commercial vehicles, non-road mobile machinery, light-duty vehicles and passenger cars, marine vessels and AdBlue Forum, the conference provided Europe’s most in-depth discussion and debate into developing effective emissions reduction strategies

The heavy-duty commercial vehicles stream heard from fleet operators who detailed their experiences of Euro VI trucks and gave their verdict on the vehicles – read more here

The non-road mobile machinery stream examined the potential impact of the implementation of Stage V legislation and outlined their forecasts of the environmental benefit – read more here

The post-conference report detailing all of the presentations and discussions from each of the streams is now being finalised – check back here to download your copy.

If you missed the 10th Integer Emissions Summit Europe, the presentations in both PDF and video format and access to the interactive delegate list is available to purchase here.

Heavy-duty commercial vehicles
Explore the results and experiences of Euro VI vehicles and an update on CO2 and fuel efficiency monitoring and policies.
Non-road mobile machinery
Address the experiences of Stage IV regulation, the potential implications of Stage V and cost-effective strategies to improve fuel efficiency.
Light-duty vehicles and passenger cars
Investigate the real implementation of Euro VI, real driving emissions and potential testing methodologies and compliant aftertreatment solutions.
Natural gas vehicles
Evaluate the development of a natural gas refuelling infrastructure, the latest engine technology developments and the fleet perspective on natural gas vehicles.
Marine vessels
Discover the legislative developments of IMO Tier III and the optimum technology solutions to achieve compliance.
Examine the growth market opportunities across Europe and the progress in developing in passenger car infrastructure.

Joachim Fehrenkötter
Managing Director
Fehrenkötter Transport & Logistik GmbH
David Hanngren
Product Management Industrial Manager
Volvo Penta
Edmund Hughes
Marine Environment Division
Thomas Garbe
Team Leader, Petrol and Diesel Fuels
Volkswagen AG
Pierre Macaudiere
Senior Scientist for aftertreatment
PSA Peugeot Citroen