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If India is to reap the full social and economic benefits of increased mobility, the country must find effective ways to address the negative consequences of rising transportation activity, such as declining air quality, increasing reliance on fossil fuel imports, and climate change.
The ICCT is completing a long-term study of India’s program to regulate and control emissions from light-duty and heavy-duty vehicles—cars, motorcycles, trucks, and buses. Below is a collection of materials related to that study.
Investing in ultra-low-sulfur fuel and clean vehicle technologies in India will not come without costs. But the benefits, in terms of reduced healthcare costs and higher productivity, far outweigh them.
Summarizing the costs and benefits of ultra-low sulfur fuels and ULSF-enabled vehicles.
Results of study of refining capability requirements, corresponding capital investment requirements, and per-liter refining costs to transition to ULSG and ULSD.
A technical and economic analysis of pathways and costs for India to produce ultra-low sulfur fuels.
Summarizes the recently completed definitive analysis of this crucial issue in Indian transportation and environmental policy.
Comprehensive overview of engine technologies and after-treatment systems used to meet current Bharat III standards, technical options for coming Euro 4/5/6 equivalent limits, as well as technical options for reducing fuel consumption and a range of considerations for in-use policies.