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Europe’s on- and non-road emissions industry converged on Brussels

Integer welcomed over 350 senior executives, our largest ever Europe conference attendance, to Brussels in June to examine current and next stage European emissions regulation for the automotive and machinery sectors.

The conference hosted dedicated streams examining the challenges and latest advanced emissions control technologies for heavy-duty, light-duty, non-road and marine vessels as well as hosting the AdBlue® Forum (you can purchase papers by stream here >>).

This year, we partnered with ACEA to hold the ACEA Light Duty Vehicle AdBlue® Workshop which examined the progress in building a sustainable AdBlue® refuelling infrastructure for Europe’s passenger car and light-duty market.

We had excellent line-up of over 70 senior executives from policy makers and leading automotive and emissions reduction experts who provided an in-depth insight into the latest legislation and technologies to assist you in developing effective diesel emissions reduction strategies.

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Dates for the 12th Integer Emissions Summit Europe & AdBlue® Forum Europe 2016 have been announced and will take place on the 14-16 June in Brussels. Registration is now open and the early booking discount is available. The earlier you reserve your place the larger the discount.

Free PDF downloads from the summit

Even though this year’s event has taken place, Integer is offering a selection of presentations from the summit, plus a 30 page Europe Market Overview and the Post-Conference Report, as free PDF downloads on our website here >>

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You can also read a selection of the press releases and news stories from the summit below:

Speakers

Dr Dimitrios Savvidis - European Commission

Seconded National Expert, Policy Office, DG Climate Action

Dimitris joined the European Commission, DG CLIMA, in 2013 and is responsible for Heavy Duty Vehicles CO2 emissions legislation. He…

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The VECTO tool for CO2 measurement in commercial vehicles

  • Latest developments of the VECTO simulation tool
  • Policy issues and development of legislative text
  • Implementation timeline and necessary steps forward

 

Philipp Troppmann - European Commission

Legislative Officer, DG Enterprise and Industry

Philipp Troppmann is a Legislative Officer with the European Commission, Directorate-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs (DG GROW).…

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Dr Paul Williams - Caterpillar

Manager European Regulatory Affairs

Paul Williams started his career in the UK merchant navy, completing a technician apprenticeship and qualifying as a sea-going Marine…

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David Hanngren - AB Volvo Penta

Manager Product Planning

David Hanngren has been with Volvo Penta for 20 years. He is currently Product manager within Product Management Industrial Power…

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Dr Paul Greening - ACEA

Director - Emissions & Fuels

Dr Greening is responsible for co-ordinating the European automotive industry position on pollutant emissions and fuel quality legislation for ACEA.…

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Presentation: ACEA views on need for infrastructure:

  1. Background
  2. Forecasts SCR vehicle in EU fleet

Ignacio Garcia-Lorenzana - Adam Opel AG

Technical Lead SCR / DEF Systems

Ignacio Garcia-Lorenzana graduated as Industrial Engineer at Carlos III University in Madrid, Spain in 2001, after a final Thesis in…

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Programme

Download the full conference programme, detailing the discussions taking place in all five streams and the ACEA Light Duty Vehicle AdBlue® Workshop.

  • Heavy-duty commercial vehicles
  • Non-road mobile machinery
  • Light-duty vehicles and passenger cars
  • Marine vessels
  • Future fuels vehicles
  • AdBlue

 

 

 

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Topics

The conference programme examines the key challenges and delivers vital insight for Europe’s on-road, non-road, AdBlue® and marine sectors.

With five dedicated streams over three days, the 11th Integer Emissions Summit & AdBlue® Forum Europe 2015 will provide the complete emissions control update.

Read an overview of the key topics for discussion here.

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Purchase papers

Discover what is included in the fee and register your place online.

  • Conference presentations
  • Interactive delegate list
  • Evening networking event
  • Post-conference report
  • Conference guide
  • Ask an Analyst
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FREE Downloads

Integer have produced a detailed overview of Europe’s on-road, non-road and marine emissions control sectors which is free to download.

Download the Market Overview: Diesel Emissions Control in Europe here

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