India pioneers alternative solutions to combat diesel emissions
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According to the UN’s World Health Organization (WHO), half of the top ten most polluted cities are in India.
In response, the Indian government is spearheading emissions reduction with Bharat Stage III regulations now in place nationwide and is making a determined push to implement Stage IV by 2017 as part of its new Auto Fuels Vision & Policy 2025 strategy.
The 5th Integer Emissions Summit India will examine the impact of next stage emissions legislation and the environmental benefits for the country. The conference will explore potential fuel efficiency norms and technologies for commercial vehicles, alternative fuel solutions, analysis of emissions policies and technology advancements the for non-road and genset market, as well as the future outlook for AdBlue® in India.
The conference will bring together over 200 senior executives from Indian and global vehicle and engine manufacturers, policy makers and emissions control suppliers to examine the roadmap for future diesel emissions legislation, diesel fuel quality and supply for heavy-duty vehicles, non-road mobile machinery, diesel generator set engines and a growth forecast and opportunities for the AdBlue® market.
Nitin Gadkari - Ministry of Road Transport…
Prashant Kumar Banerjee - Tata Motors Ltd
K K Gandhi - Centre for Auto Policy…
Previously, Mr Gandhi was working as Executive Director (Technical)with Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM), New Delhi since November 1999,…
Panel: Industry perspectives on the challenges and opportunities of Bharat VI
With Bharat VI (equivalent to Euro VI) being introduced ahead of schedule by 2020, India will be the first country to jump from Euro IV to Euro VI standards which presents all industry stakeholders with a range of new challenges and opportunities. Our panel of experts will discuss the doubts that remain with the 2020 roadmap, the technical requirements of advancing to lower emission norms, and how India can adapt to this transition.
Naresh Phansalkar - Tenneco Automotive India
V. Sankaranandakrishnan - MAN Truck and Bus…
Sandeepak Natu - Exothermia
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The programme examines:
- Heavy-duty commercial vehicles
- Non-road mobile machinery
- Diesel genset engines
- Alternative fuels and technology solutions
The region’s leading emissions control meeting brings together senior executives from the on-road, non-road and AdBlue supply chain providing the perfect platform to develop new business relationships.
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