<p>As part of the European Commission's development of a strategy for reducing CO2 emissions from heavy-duty vehicles (HDV), the Directorate-General for Climate Action held a second and final stakeholder meeting on 3 July 2012 in Brussels.</p>
- Greenhouse gas | Reduction of gas emissions | Sustainable mobility | Road transport | Transport policy
As with the first stakeholder meeting, held on 22 February 2012, the aim was to gather input from stakeholders on the strategy, which is due to be adopted in 2013, in the context of the ongoing Impact Assessment. A large number of HDV manufacturers, component suppliers, transport operators, logistics companies and NGOs, as well as a number of representatives of Member States, attended the event.
Stakeholders were invited to provide their views on:
- The outcome of a public consultation held in 2011 on CO2 emissions from road vehicles;
- The current development of a simulation tool to measure CO2 emissions from HDVs;
- CO2 emission abatement cost curves for HDVs produced by CE Delft consultants;
- Each of the main policy options to curb emissions currently examined by the Commission in the draft Impact Assessment.
The Impact Assessment is expected to be completed by the end of 2012.
- Morning session
- Summary results of public internet consultation on road vehicles' emissions - Ian Hodgson, Policy officer, DG Climate Action
- Developing a HDV CO2 measurement methodology and certification scheme for Europe - Peter Brunner, Policy Officer, DG Climate Action
- Cost curves for HDVs: Establishing marginal abatement cost curves for HDV for packages of technical measures - Arno Schroten, Senior Researcher, CE Delft
- Afternoon session
- Reducing HDV CO2 emissions - Christophe Pavret, Policy Officer, DG Climate Action