Working Party
Working Party on Pollution and Energy
78th session | Geneva | 7-11 Jan 2019
Attendance
1.
Adoption of the agenda

In accordance with Chapter III, Rule 7 of the Rules of Procedure (TRANS/WP.29/690/Rev.1) of the World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations (WP.29), the first item on the provisional agenda is the adoption of the agenda.

2.
Report on the last sessions of the World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations (WP.29)

The Working Party on Pollution and Energy (GRPE) may agree to consider a brief oral report by the secretariat about the highlights of the June 2018 and November 2018 sessions of WP.29 on issues related to GRPE.

3. (a)
Light vehicles: Regulations Nos. 68, 83, 101, and 103

GRPE may wish to consider a proposal prepared by the expert from the International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers (OICA) to clarify the relationship between approval levels, reference fuels and PN limits for PI vehicles and to modify the calculation formulae for determination of evaporative emissions in accordance with changes already agreed in UN GTR No. 19.

3. (b)
Light vehicles: Global Technical Regulations Nos. 15 (WLTP) and 19 (WLTP EVAP)

GRPE will receive a status report on the activities of the Informal Working Group (IWG) on WLTP regarding Phase 2 of WLTP.

GRPE will also receive a status report from the Task Force dealing with the transposition of UN GTR No. 15 into UN Regulations under the 1958 Agreement, as well as a first draft, if any.

GRPE may wish to consider a proposal to amend UN Global Technical Regulation (GTR) No. 15 as result of Phase 2A activities of the IWG on WLTP.

GRPE may wish to consider a proposal to amend UN Global Technical Regulation (GTR) No. 19 as result of Phase 2A activities of the IWG on WLTP.

3. (c)
Light vehicles: Worldwide harmonized Real Driving Emissions test procedure

GRPE will receive a status report on the activities of the IWG on RDE.

4. (a)
Heavy duty vehicles: Regulations Nos. 49 and 132

GRPE agreed to exchange information on latest developments in detection methods and enforcement strategies with regard to manipulations on trucks by aftermarket suppression of AdBlue injection, if any.

4. (b)
Heavy duty vehicles: Global Technical Regulations Nos. 4, 5, and 10
4. (c)
Heavy duty vehicles: Worldwide provisions for Heavy Duty vehicles Fuel Economy
5.
UN Regulations Nos. 85, 115, 133 and 143
6. (a)
Agricultural and forestry tractors, non-road mobile machinery: Regulations Nos. 96 and 120
6. (b)
Agricultural and forestry tractors, non-road mobile machinery: Global Technical Regulation No. 11
7.
Particle Measurement Programme (PMP)
8. (a)
Motorcycles and mopeds: Regulations Nos. 40 and 47
8. (b)
Motorcycles and mopeds: Environmental and Propulsion Performance Requirements (EPPR) for L-category vehicles
8. (c)
Motorcycles and mopeds: Global Technical Regulations Nos. 2, 17, and 18
9.
Electric vehicles and the environment
10.
Mutual Resolution No. 2
11.
International Whole Vehicle Type Approval (IWVTA)
12.
Vehicle Interior Air Quality (VIAQ)
13.
Exchange of information on emission requirements
14.
Election of Officers
15.
Any other business