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India’s Vehicle Population Is Growing Rapidly As Is Oil Consumption & CO2 Emissions

India’s Vehicle Population Is Growing Rapidly As Is Oil Consumption & CO2 Emissions

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India’s Vehicle Population Is Growing Rapidly As Is Oil Consumption & CO2 Emissions

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  1. India’s Vehicle Population Is Growing Rapidly As Is Oil Consumption & CO2 Emissions

  2. Fuel Economy Labeling & Standards Are Coming To India Many Technologies Available Improved Transmissions GDI Hybrids Diesels

  3. India has a chance to emerge as a global fuel economy and CO2 leader

  4. But CO2 Is Not The Whole Story Particles Greenhouse gases Black carbon (R&C, 2008) CH4 CO2 Halo-carbons Black carbon (IPCC, 2007) Orange: Dirty Snow Effect Sulfates Nitrates Organic carbon Dust

  5. Modern Diesel?

  6. Co-emissions of organic carbon and/or other particles may partially offset BC warming Direct BC warming is large at the global (and regional) scale BC deposition on snow has a strong warming effect BC has a Significant Impact on Global Warming Sources: IPCC AR4 WG1 2007 for all except Ramanathan & Carmichael 2008 BC bar

  7. Black Carbon Reduces Diesel Benefit All Diesel Versus Gasoline Diesel Benefit CO2-only 18% Euro 3/4 Diesel Without DPF Versus Gasoline CO2 + Black Carbon 2% Average CO2-equivalent Emissions, GWP20 (g/km) Source: ICCT Analysis Results are preliminary and have not yet been reviewed by ICCT participants.

  8. Emission Controls Enhance Diesel Benefit Euro 3/4 Diesel without DPF vs Petrol Benefit 2% Diesel with DPF vs Petrol 17% Source: ICCT Analysis Results are preliminary and have not yet been reviewed by ICCT participants.

  9. Delhi

  10. India Has The Opportunity To Select Win-Win Strategies