Explore progress in implementing next stage diesel emissions regulation
The 3rd Integer Emissions Summit Russia & CIS will examine the implications of the next stage of diesel emissions legislation in Russia and CIS countries, the barriers to progress and analyse effective strategies to achieve compliance.
As Russia’s commercial vehicle and non-road mobile machinery sectors continue to grow, the conference will provide a comprehensive insight into the emissions legislation that shapes the industry, as well as the optimum strategies to meet the increasingly stringent standards.
The conference will investigate the impact of on-road Euro IV and V and non-road Tier III legislation and examine strategies to successfully ensure compliance. Bringing together over 180 key stakeholders from across the Russian and global automotive industries including vehicle and engine manufacturers, and policy makers, this is the annual meeting place for the automotive emissions industry.
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Integer has produced a market overview of the Russian diesel emissions industry examining current regulation, future challenges for the on-road and non-road markets, the growth potential for AdBlue and the opportunities presented by natural gas.
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The latest conference programme and speaker line-up is available to download.
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Director, Emerging Regulations and Technology
Director, Market Development, EMEA Westport Innovations Inc.
Director, Emissions, Integer Research
|Mosecomonitoring StateEnvironmental Protection Enterprise
Alexey Grigorievich Kurilov
Director of Research
Deputy General Director R&S Center and Vice Chairman, UN ECE/WP29
CES Application Manager
|ZAO Volvo Vostok
Director of Volvo Penta Division
Senior Technical Specialist
Tamara Nikitovna Mitusova
Head of Diesel Fuels Department
|UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme)
|KOMATSU Research Division
Project Manager Komatsu CIS
Head of Technical Directorate
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