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Reference
Ares(2016)6339064
Type
Draft regulation

Regulations are binding legal acts that are directly applicable in all EU countries. Therefore, EU countries do not need to take further steps to incorporate them into their national legislation. The Commission prepares the draft and adopts the act usually after consulting a committee in which every EU country is represented.

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Full title

COMMISSION REGULATION (EU) …/… amending Commission Regulation (EU) 2017/xxx and Directive 2007/46/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards real-driving emissions from light passenger and commercial vehicles (Euro 6)

Department
Directorate-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs
Committee
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  • Ford of Europe (Germany)
    8 December 2016 Company/business organisation

    Ford of Europe (Germany)

    Ford is committed to offering consumers affordable high fuel efficiency and low emissions through what we call the “power of choice.” We offer a variety of choices ranging from our EcoBoost-powered gasoline vehicles and advanced technology diesels, to hybrids, plug-in hybrids & full electric vehicles. Ford welcomes the recent Commission initiatives on WLTP & RDE on stricter testing methods for the measurement of pollutant & CO2...

  • ACEA (Belgium)
    8 December 2016 Company/business organisation

    ACEA (Belgium)

    #4. Detailed technical comments to the RDE3 proposal (Annexes) can be accessed at the following link: http://acea.be/uploads/publications/20161208_ACEA_technical_comments_to_...

  • Opel Group (Germany)
    8 December 2016 Company/business organisation

    Opel Group (Germany)

    The Opel Group fully endorses the objectives of the RDE legislation and has initiated accelerated planning and development activities to meet the numerous new requirements that were already adopted (RDE1&2) or will be shortly (RDE3). This complex regulation implemented in multiple steps in parallel to the transition to the new WLTP test cycle and procedure is a major challenge for our company in terms of engineering development, planning...

  • FEBIAC Luxemburg (Luxembourg)
    8 December 2016 Business association

    FEBIAC Luxemburg (Luxembourg)

    RDE Legislation The members of FEBIAC Luxemburg recognize the importance of European RDE legislation and concur with the COM on the need for improving air quality in all of Europe. On the other hand, economic strength, industrial rationale and automotive activities are important for our country as well. All these elements have to be taken on board of the RDE ship by COM when it comes to the wellbeing (air quality) and welfare (growth &...

  • Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (United Kingdom)
    8 December 2016 Business association

    Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (United Kingdom)

    SMMT fully supports the introduction of Real Driving Emissions, including those elements within the Package 3 amendments. However, it is important to understand that the full benefits will only be achieved by allowing the automotive industry, supply chain, equipment manufacturers and test houses adequate time to implement the required measures. SMMT understands the current political pressure to implement the requirements as soon as possible...

  • ACEA (Belgium)
    8 December 2016 Company/business organisation

    ACEA (Belgium)

    #3: ACEA welcomes the COM decision to propose special provisions for M2 and N2 vehicles, taking into account that these vehicles have to be equipped with speed limitation devices which limit the vehicle’s speed to 100 km/h, respectively 90 km/h to have a robust regulation. However ACEA would like to draw the attention of COM to the fact that the normalization tools need to be adapted to the amended speed ranges for M2 and N2 vehicles to be...

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