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International Fuel Efficiency Policies for Cars and Heavy Duty Vehicles

 Takao Onoda
  27th-Feb-2009
Description: Japan has been promoting countermeasures against global warming under “Plan to Achieve Kyoto Protocol Commitment”, and the regulation for fuel economy is one of the main measures. Combination of Top-Runner Standards for fuel economy and Green Taxation System has made remarkable effects on the improvement of fuel economy. Heavy-duty vehicles are responsible for 30% of worldwide fuel use. With government intervention, potential HDV fuel efficiency improvements could be delivered more quickly.
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Domain: Energy
Category: Environmental
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International Fuel Efficiency Policies for Cars and Heavy Duty Vehicles

Takao Onoda
Policy Analyst International Energy Agency

TRB Meeting 16 January 2008 Washington D.C., USA
� OECE/IEA (2007)

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

AGENCE INTERNATIONALE DE L'ENERGIE

Contents
Standard for Cars in Japan Standard for HDVs
International situations Japanese standards, etc.

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