India must leapfrog to Euro VI fuel norms to improve air quality: ICCT: The Economic Times

 

Screen shot 2015-03-18 at 5.58.19 PM“The International Council on Clean Transportation has written to minister of state for petroleum and natural gas Dharmendra Pradhan, recommending India skip Euro V fuel norms and move directly to Euro VI in 2020. Supporting its proposal with white papers, ICCT has argued that moving to Euro VI is better strategy because “its air quality and public health benefits far exceed costs and fully justify the investment in producing ultralow-content sulphur fuel” and because the measure “will have greater economic benefits in terms of lives protected from pollution-related health impacts.” The Economic Times. Read it on delhiair.org.

India must leapfrog to Euro VI fuel norms to improve air quality: ICCT

 

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