The sooner the new pollutant directive is implemented, the sooner factories will adapt.
As the time approaches that the should be completed suggestions for the final implementation of the Euro 7 Pollution Directive which is now set for him July so will the pressures exercised by car manufacturers but also the suppliers those who want to delay the changes.
Its requirements EU in Euro 7 Directive restrict to minimum CO2 emissions as well as emission of microparticles, hydrocarbons but also carbon monoxide from combustion petrol and diesel regarding Euro 6 Pollution Directivevalid from 2014 with the new goal as the main goal Directive to take effect as soon as 2025.
Difficulty is important for car manufacturers who sell vehicles in Europeas it should shift from the internal combustion engines in electric and plug-in hybrid cars to meet the ever stricter emission requirements.
The excessive compliance values can make unprofitable the construction of small cars with internal combustion engines. A lot car manufacturers have already announced that they will stop it development of internal combustion engines for Europe, invoking the expected prices Euro 7 compliance.
When the guidelines Euro 7 were first proposed in draft form him October of 2020, the German trading group VDA and various car manufacturers had stated that the new boundaries would lead to a informal ban on internal combustion engines.
However VDA softened her attitude to him last April after submitting one revised model from the Advisory Group for Car Emission Requirements (AGVES).
The remaining adoption of the proposed requirements by EU was originally set for fourth quarter of 2021. Later transferred to April 5, 2022 and in end of January transferred once again to July 20. After approval, one “Codecision” will determine the final guidelines.
“It simply came to our notice then guarantee the full preparation of this proposal. Mainly based on the evaluation carried out so far, the club is now working on submitting a strong proposal to the beginning July “, said a spokeswoman at Automotive Information Europe on schedule adjustments.
He added that Euro 7 requirements is the main work of the team for him passenger car control, trucks and industrial vehicles. However, the automakers, in open letters, point out that as soon as possible put in implementation of the laws for Euro 7, such a higher it’s the cost for their members caused by its push EU for exemption from the carbon emissions.
“We are very sorry for her vital delay“, Said the Affiliation for Emissions Management by Catalyst in an open letter to Thierry Bretonτον European Commissioner for the open market concerning extensions of its application Euro 7 Pollution Directive.
The environmental team Transport & Setting said in a letter to Commission that “participated significantly in the postponement»Των Euro 7 requirementsnoting that: “H. delay of the publication of recent emission requirements for cars unacceptably prevents them EU efforts to clean the poisonous air pollution caused by road transport».
Provided that preparatory work is complete, the T&E sees no excuse for such delay beyond anxiety caused in car trade.
Also the T&E urged that the suggestions no later than April 5 thus increasing the chances of its implementation new Euro 7 pollution directive until the 2025 and help them car manufacturers to get rid of from the internal combustion engines.
THE THAT, who represents them European car manufacturersstressed in end of January that legislators will have completed their work in 2022 so that the car manufacturers to adapt to new data.
In his document THAT for Euro 7 τον June of 2021, it was pointed out that the date of application of 1 September 2025 was feasible, giving in trade 4 years to adapted in the new data. The push again for the publication of terms of Euro 7 would not make this date feasible to apply the new templatesaid o THAT at January 28…
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