The H2020 project “Electrified L-category Vehicles Integrated into Transport and Electricity Networks – ELVITEN”, in which EMISIA participates, starts in November 2017. More information can be found here.
EEA and EMISIA are organizing a training workshop on COPERT5 on the 25th – 26th October 2017 at EEA’s premises in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The project entitled “Euro 5 Effect study for L-category vehicles”, under the sponsorship of the European Commission, DG GROW was successfully completed. The final report can be found here.
A questionnaire for feedback on “Study on Euro 5 sound level limits of L-category vehicles” has been created, in order to collect input with regard to various aspects of sound emitted from L-category vehicles. You can fill it in here…
EEA organized a training workshop on COPERT5 on the 17th -18th October 2016 at EEA’s premises in Copenhagen, Denmark. More information can be found here....
EMISIA started a new “Study on Euro 5 sound level limits of L-category vehicles” under the sponsorship of European Commission. More info can be found here
The project entitled “Study on enhanced sound requirements for mopeds, quads and replacement silencers of L-category vehicles”, under the sponsorship of European Commission, was successfully completed. The final report can be found here
The paper “Implications of diesel emissions control failures to emission factors and road transport NOx evolution”, co-authored by EMISIA researchers, has been published in Atmospheric Environment journal. More info can be found here
The papers “Impact assessment of vehicle technology, fuel, and ICT measures on CO2 emissions from road traffic to 2030”, “An investigation of evaporative VOC emissions from petrol light duty vehicles in Europe using different oxygenated fuels”, “Quality assurance of PEMS emissions data aimed for the development of real-world vehicle emission factors”, and “Calculating emissions from road transport on a street level with COPERT4 and COPERT street level, a case study”, co-authored by Emisia researchers, have been orally presented at the TAP 2016 Conference.
The TREMOVE uncertainty project has been finalised successfully. A short summary and the final report can be found here.