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Technical background on India BS VI fuel specifications

The proposed Bharat Stage (BS) VI regulation for on-road vehicles in India includes contains both emission standards for new vehicles as well as specifications for reference and commercial gasoline...
Published 2016.04.22: Publication

Direct progression from Bharat IV to Bharat VI national vehicle emission standards in India

The Indian Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas has been considering the possibility of leapfrogging from Bharat Stage (BS) IV emission standards in April 2017 to BS VI emission standards in April...
Published 2015.09.15: Publication

भारत में वाहनीय प्रदूषण को नियन्त्रण में लाना अनिवार्य

प्रेस विज्ञाप्ति, 7 नवम्बर 2013   जल्द से जल्द अतिनिम्न सल्फर ईंधनों और भारत प्रक्रम (बी.एस.) VI वाहनीय उत्सर्जन मानकों को लागू करने से वायु प्रदूषण प्रभावशाली तरीके से कम होगा, जिससे जनस्वास्थ्य को...
Published 2013.11.08: News

India's vehicle emissions control program

Rising transportation activity—the ever-increasing demand to move more people and goods further and faster—is both a cause and an effect of India’s rapid economic growth. As necessary as the increase...
Published 2013.11.05: Publication

Year after year after year ...

A recent ICCT briefing paper pointed out the consequences of delaying the implementation of stricter vehicle emission and fuel quality standards in India: over 48,000 premature deaths by 2045 that...Another look at the consequences of delay in implementing stricter vehicle emission and fuel quality standards in India.
Published 2013.10.15: Blog Post

Impact of standards on premature mortality and emissions: India in global context

Approximately ten percent of all years of life lost from exposure to vehicle emissions around the world occur in India. Without new limits on vehicle emissions and fuel sulfur content, the number of...
Published 2013.09.26: Publication

Diesel Cars in India: Still Problematic

Last year, my colleague Gaurav Bansal predicted that diesel vehicles’ share of the passenger car market in India could rise to 60% by 2030. It seems that he underestimated diesel’s allure. Statistics...Last year saw a 10% increase in diesel share of new car sales in India, putting diesels at 50% of the market. At this rate, diesel passenger vehicles will hit 60% in 2020. That's bad news for the air...
Published 2013.07.22: Blog Post

Policy summary: India's vehicle emissions control program

The ICCT has just completed a comprehensive assessment of the past, present, and potential future direction of vehicle emission control measures in India, setting Indian policy options in the context...
Published 2013.07.03: Publication

More on the costs and benefits of clean fuels and vehicles in India

We recently held a webinar on the costs and benefits of clean vehicles and fuels in India. This was the last in a series of webinars we have conducted this year to highlight the benefits of tighter...Notes from the final webinar in the series recently concluded on India.
Published 2012.12.26: Blog Post

Costs and benefits of cleaner fuels and vehicles in India

Numerous studies have shown that sulfur in gasoline and diesel contributes to higher vehicular emissions. The emissions performance benefits of reducing the sulfur content of fuel come in two forms....
Published 2012.12.11: Publication

More on transitioning to ultra-low sulfur diesel in India

The ICCT recently released a new consultant report looking at the costs of transitioning to ultra-low sulfur fuels (ULSF) in India and other countries. Two important issues came up during a webinar...Answers to some questions posed during a recent webinar.
Published 2012.12.01: Blog Post

Technical and economic analysis of the transition to ultra-low sulfur fuels in Brazil, China, India, and Mexico

Advanced emission control technologies in engines and vehicles require clean fuels, especially ultra-low sulfur gasoline (ULSG) and diesel fuel (ULSD). In the past decade, many countries with...
Published 2012.11.07: Publication

Webinar: Transition to ultra-low-sulfur fuels in India

Cleaner air in India depends on cleaner diesel and petrol. The connection is straightforward. Stringent vehicle emissions standards require manufacturers to use advanced emission control devices....
Published 2012.10.26: Event

Improving Fuel Quality in India (webinar notes)

The ICCT India team last week broadcast the second webinar of its three-part series on analyses of cleaner vehicles and fuels in India. (E-mail us if you'd like to be informed of the next one, in...Some notes re. the 24 May webinar on fuel quality standards and compliance in India, with links to the recorded webinar and downloadable presentation.
Published 2012.05.29: Blog Post