A technical assessment of emissions and fuel consumption reduction potential from Two and Three Wheelers in India

A technical assessment of emissions and fuel consumption reduction potential from Two and Three Wheelers in India This report makes a broad assessment of the engine technology changes and after-treatment systems being employed by Indian manufacturers of two and three-wheelers to meet the prevalent emission standards (Bharat Stage III) for a range of fuels such as petrol (all two-wheelers), diesel, CNG and LPG (three-wheelers), followed by an assessment of the technical options available to reduce emissions to meet the proposed Euro 4/5/6 equivalent limit values in the respective years of their likely adoption and implementation in India. It also includes a review of the possible technical options that may be available over the coming decade to reduce fuel consumption of two and three wheelers such as improved engines and other sub-systems, control system optimization etc., and an estimation of fuel consumption reductions possible through these technical options.

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