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UN GTR Global Real Driving Emissions (RDE) : Proposal for a revised authorization to develop
Document WP.29/2023/84
1 May 2023
Status: Formal WP.29 review
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Previous Documents, Discussions, and Outcomes
4.12.1. | Proposal for a new UN Regulation on Global Real Driving Emissions (Global RDE)
15.1. | Listing Number 15: Japan’s Real Driving Emissions (RDE) Methodology
17.6. | Draft UN GTR on Global Real Driving Emissions (GRDE)

182. The representative of EU informed the IWG on Real Driving Emissions and its main sponsors have submitted a revised authorization (ECE/TRANS/WP.29/2023/84). He added the revised authorization proposed to put the activity to develop a UN GTR on RDE on hold for the time being. He recalled a UN Regulation on Global RDE had been adopted during this AC.1 session, also explaining that contracting parties from the 1998 Agreement no longer saw RDE as a top priority in their jurisdictions. He concluded by saying that the work to develop a UN GTR on RDE would resume when contracting parties and sponsors share a common need to tackle this issue again.

183. The Chair congratulated EU and all involved parties for the adoption of the new UN regulation on Global RDE, and added that the activities were not stopped, but paused until contracting parties decide to resume the activity.

184. The representative of Australia sought further clarifications between the revised authorization and the item adopted under agenda item 15.1. The secretariat explained the importance of listing national or regional legislation in the compendium and clarified that Japan did and the EU did not request the confirmation of EU RDE legislation in the compendium.

185. AC.3 adopted ECE/TRANS/WP.29/2023/84 and requested the secretariat to issue it as a revision to ECE/TRANS/WP.29/AC.3/54 for the next session of AC.3.

186. AC.3 agreed to remove this item from the agenda for the next session of AC.3

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