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.

GRPE-82-01 | GRE-82: Schedule of informal meetings in conjunction with GRPE proper session
GRPE-82-02 | Annotated provisional agenda for the 82nd (January 2021) GRPE session
GRPE-82-03 | Running order of the agenda for the 82nd (January 2021) GRPE session
GRPE/2021/1 | GRPE: Annotated provisional agenda for the 82nd (January 2021) session

GRPE will be informed on general information concerning the next GRPE session and changes made to the UNECE website during its December 2020 upgrade.

GRPE-82-05 | General information for the 83rd (June 2021) GRPE session
GRPE/2021/1 | GRPE: Annotated provisional agenda for the 82nd (January 2021) session
GRPE-82-01 | GRE-82: Schedule of informal meetings in conjunction with GRPE proper session
GRPE-82-02 | Annotated provisional agenda for the 82nd (January 2021) GRPE session
GRPE-82-03 | Running order of the agenda for the 82nd (January 2021) GRPE session
GRPE-82-05 | General information for the 83rd (June 2021) GRPE session
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 and November 2020 sessions of WP.29 on issues related to GRPE.

GRPE-82-04 | GRPE highlights from the June and November 2020 WP.29 Sessions
GRPE-82-04 | GRPE highlights from the June and November 2020 WP.29 Sessions
3. Light vehicles
3. (a) UN Regulations Nos. 68, 83, 101, 103, and 154

GRPE may wish to consider a proposal from the expert of the International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers (OICA) to extend the option from the 06 and 07 to the 05 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 83 allowing the calculation of road load values from those determined according to UN GTR No.15 (WLTP).

GRPE-82-07 | UN R83: Proposal for a new Supplement to 06 and 07 series of amendments Proposal addressing the conversion of NEDC road load to WLTP road load in cases where the former has already been determined.
GRPE-82-18 | UN R101: Justification for proposal for supplement to 01 series of amendment Proposal to amend Annex 7 – Appendix 2 paragraph 1., to provide the road load power calculation method that may be used
GRPE/2021/2 | UN R83: Proposal for a new Supplement to the 05 series of amendments Proposal to extend the option from the 06 and 07 to the 05 series of amendments allowing the calculation of road load values from those determined according to UN GTR No.15 (WLTP).

GRPE may wish to consider a proposal from the expert of OICA to amend one error found in the formulas used for the calculation of a NEDC road load values from those determined according to UN GTR No. 15 (WLTP) and one wrong cross reference in both the 06 and 07 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 83. The same amendments are also proposed for the 01 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 101.

GRPE-82-17 | UN R101: Proposal for Supplement to 01 series of amendments This proposal aims at harmonizing the text of UN Regulation No. 83 and UN Regulation No. 101. Furthermore, one error was found in the formulas used for the calculation of a NEDC road load values from those determined according to UN GTR No. 15 (WLTP) and one wrong cross reference in the 01 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 101. 1. Harmonization of UN Regulation No. 83 (Annex 4a, Appendix 7b, paragraph 1.) and UN Regulation No. 101 (Annex 7, Appendix 2, paragraph 1.); in Annex 7, Appendix 2, paragraph 1. Vehicles in general are not approved according to UN GTR No. 15, therefore the text phrase of UN R83 is recommended. 2. Correction of wrong reference to Annex 4 instead of Annex 7 of UN GTR No.15; in Annex 7, Appendix 2, paragraph 2.1.(b). 3. When copying the methodology from EU regulation, a ‘.’ was wrongly introduced instead of a ‘-‘ in the formula.
GRPE/2021/3 | UN R83: Proposal for a new supplement to the 06 and 07 series of amendments Proposal to correct an error found in the formulas used for the calculation of a NEDC road load values from those determined according to UN GTR No. 15 (WLTP) and a cross reference in both the 06 and 07 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 83.
GRPE/2021/4 | UN R101: Proposal for a new supplement to the 01 series of amendments Proposal to correct an error found in the formulas used for the calculation of a NEDC road load values from those determined according to UN GTR No. 15 (WLTP) and a cross reference in the 01 series of amendments to UN Regulation No.101.

GRPE may wish to consider a proposal from the expert of OICA to correct an editorial error of exhaust after-treatment system monitoring requirement in the 07 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 83.

GRPE/2021/5 | UN R83: Proposal for a new Supplement to the 07 series of amendments Proposal to correct an editorial error of exhaust after-treatment system monitoring requirement.

GRPE may wish to consider a proposal from OICA concerning reference fuels under the 05 and 06 series of amendments for the Type IV emissions test.

GRPE-82-08 | UN R83: Proposal for a new Supplement to 05 and 06 series of amendments Proposal to clarify that the E10 reference fuel may still be used at the worst case for the Type IV test.

GRPE may wish to review two proposals from Japan and the EU submitted to the March 2021 session of WP.29 to correct mistakes in the 00 and 01 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 154, mainly stemming from improvements included in Amendment 6 to UN GTR No. 15.

GRPE-82-19 | UN R 154: Proposals to discuss issues raised on 01 series of amendment Proposal identifies 2 concerns: "Coasting“ - Coasting is defined in GTR 15 and UNR 154 and must be deactivated for testing, may raise concerns for the approval of many hybrid vehicles and for conventional vehicles with modern start stop systems. "Single roller dynamometer in 4WD operation“ - This combination is forbidden by GTR 15 and UNR 154 for the Type 1 test. There appears to be no reason for this ban (restraint systems must meet requirements for all configurations) other than an assumption that the configuration is not used for type 1 testing
GRPE-82-37 | UN R154 : Proposal to clarify concerns raised Proposal by the expert from OICA to clarify concerns about terms "coasting"and "Twin roller dynamometers in 4WD operation"
GRPE-82-37 | UN R154 : Proposal to clarify concerns raised Proposal by the expert from OICA to clarify concerns about terms "coasting"and "Twin roller dynamometers in 4WD operation"
GRPE-82-38 | UN R 154: Comments on the concerns raised in 82-38 The expert from EC raised comments on the OICA points of clarifications

GRPE may wish to consider a proposal from the expert of OICA to amend UN Regulation No. 101 to include a Shortened Test Procedure NEDC for PEVs.

GRPE-82-20 | UN R101: Proposal for a Shortened Test Procedure NEDC for PEV Proposes a shortened Test Procedure NEDC for PEV and alternative for conformity of procedure.
GRPE-82-21 | UN R101: Presentation for the proposal for a Shortened Test Procedure NEDC for PEV The presentation supports the proposal for a Shortened Test Procedure NEDC for PEV acc. to WLTP (including adding PEV COP procedure alternative).
GRPE/2021/2 | UN R83: Proposal for a new Supplement to the 05 series of amendments Proposal to extend the option from the 06 and 07 to the 05 series of amendments allowing the calculation of road load values from those determined according to UN GTR No.15 (WLTP).
GRPE/2021/3 | UN R83: Proposal for a new supplement to the 06 and 07 series of amendments Proposal to correct an error found in the formulas used for the calculation of a NEDC road load values from those determined according to UN GTR No. 15 (WLTP) and a cross reference in both the 06 and 07 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 83.
GRPE/2021/4 | UN R101: Proposal for a new supplement to the 01 series of amendments Proposal to correct an error found in the formulas used for the calculation of a NEDC road load values from those determined according to UN GTR No. 15 (WLTP) and a cross reference in the 01 series of amendments to UN Regulation No.101.
GRPE/2021/5 | UN R83: Proposal for a new Supplement to the 07 series of amendments Proposal to correct an editorial error of exhaust after-treatment system monitoring requirement.
GRPE-82-07 | UN R83: Proposal for a new Supplement to 06 and 07 series of amendments Proposal addressing the conversion of NEDC road load to WLTP road load in cases where the former has already been determined.
GRPE-82-08 | UN R83: Proposal for a new Supplement to 05 and 06 series of amendments Proposal to clarify that the E10 reference fuel may still be used at the worst case for the Type IV test.
GRPE-82-17 | UN R101: Proposal for Supplement to 01 series of amendments This proposal aims at harmonizing the text of UN Regulation No. 83 and UN Regulation No. 101. Furthermore, one error was found in the formulas used for the calculation of a NEDC road load values from those determined according to UN GTR No. 15 (WLTP) and one wrong cross reference in the 01 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 101. 1. Harmonization of UN Regulation No. 83 (Annex 4a, Appendix 7b, paragraph 1.) and UN Regulation No. 101 (Annex 7, Appendix 2, paragraph 1.); in Annex 7, Appendix 2, paragraph 1. Vehicles in general are not approved according to UN GTR No. 15, therefore the text phrase of UN R83 is recommended. 2. Correction of wrong reference to Annex 4 instead of Annex 7 of UN GTR No.15; in Annex 7, Appendix 2, paragraph 2.1.(b). 3. When copying the methodology from EU regulation, a ‘.’ was wrongly introduced instead of a ‘-‘ in the formula.
GRPE-82-18 | UN R101: Justification for proposal for supplement to 01 series of amendment Proposal to amend Annex 7 – Appendix 2 paragraph 1., to provide the road load power calculation method that may be used
GRPE-82-19 | UN R 154: Proposals to discuss issues raised on 01 series of amendment Proposal identifies 2 concerns: "Coasting“ - Coasting is defined in GTR 15 and UNR 154 and must be deactivated for testing, may raise concerns for the approval of many hybrid vehicles and for conventional vehicles with modern start stop systems. "Single roller dynamometer in 4WD operation“ - This combination is forbidden by GTR 15 and UNR 154 for the Type 1 test. There appears to be no reason for this ban (restraint systems must meet requirements for all configurations) other than an assumption that the configuration is not used for type 1 testing
GRPE-82-20 | UN R101: Proposal for a Shortened Test Procedure NEDC for PEV Proposes a shortened Test Procedure NEDC for PEV and alternative for conformity of procedure.
GRPE-82-21 | UN R101: Presentation for the proposal for a Shortened Test Procedure NEDC for PEV The presentation supports the proposal for a Shortened Test Procedure NEDC for PEV acc. to WLTP (including adding PEV COP procedure alternative).
GRPE-82-37 | UN R154 : Proposal to clarify concerns raised Proposal by the expert from OICA to clarify concerns about terms "coasting"and "Twin roller dynamometers in 4WD operation"
GRPE-82-38 | UN R 154: Comments on the concerns raised in 82-38 The expert from EC raised comments on the OICA points of clarifications
3. (b) UN Global Technical Regulations Nos. 15 and 19

GRPE may wish to consider proposals to amend UN GTRs Nos 15 or 19, if any.

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

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

GRPE-82-14 | RDE informal group status report
GRPE-82-15 | Draft UN GTR on Real Driving Emissions (RDE)
GRPE-82-14 | RDE informal group status report
GRPE-82-15 | Draft UN GTR on Real Driving Emissions (RDE)
4. Heavy duty vehicles
4. (a) UN Regulations Nos. 49 and 132

GRPE may wish to consider a proposal from the expert of the European Commission for a new series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 49, proposing to reflect the latest evolution of the European legislation with respect to emissions of heavy duty vehicles (Euro VI Step E).

GRPE-82-22 | UN R49: Proposal for amendment to the new series of amendments Proposes updates and amendments to proposal to introduce new requirements relating to Auxiliary Emission Strategies, cold engine starts and the use of Portable Emissions Measurement Systems (PEMS) to measure particle numbers
GRPE/2021/6 | UN R49: Proposal for a new series of amendments Proposal to introduce new requirements relating to Auxiliary Emission Strategies, cold engine starts and the use of Portable Emissions Measurement Systems (PEMS) to measure particle numbers.

GRPE may wish to consider proposals from the experts from OICA to correct errors the 05 and 06 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 49

GRPE-82-23 | UN R49: Proposal for supplement to 06 series of amendment Proposes the modifications (essentially corrections of mistakes) are derived from the text of document ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRPE/2021/7 from Japan, related to UN GTR 04, as modified by Informal Document GRPE- 82-09
GRPE-82-24 | UN R49: Proposal for supplement to 05 series of amendments Proposal makes changes to take into consideration the availability of gases for flame ionization detectors and the linearization of the gas analyzer. UN R49 defines no linearity requirements for humidity sensors. As the humidity content of the intake air is an essential measure for the calculation of the specific exhaust emission, it is important to add requirement for humidity sensor (Reference: ISO 16183 the accuracy of the absolute humidity shall be +- 5%). The reasoning for the other amendments to Table 7 is the following. As the gas divider is a necessary tool to verify the linearization of the gas analyzer it is mandatory that the deviation of the gas divider is lower than that of the instrument under test. In combination with a calibration gas which has an accuracy of 1 % and a gas divider, which has an accuracy of 1 % it is only possible to reach a guaranteed analyzer accuracy of 2 %. Annex 4B – Amendments to paragraph 9.3.3.1 In the automotive industry Helium is used as so fuel gas for flame ionization detectors (FID) to measure Hydrocarbon emissions. In the FID fuel gas Helium is mixed with Hydrogen in a ratio of 40 % H2 and 60 % He. The annual fluctuations of the helium global market lead to an insufficient supply with FID fuel gas, like happened lately during summer 2018. In order to prevent the industry from the fluctuations of the global helium market, the US legislation reacted already in 2014 and allowed the usage of Nitrogen as batch gas for the FID fuel gas.
GRPE/2021/6 | UN R49: Proposal for a new series of amendments Proposal to introduce new requirements relating to Auxiliary Emission Strategies, cold engine starts and the use of Portable Emissions Measurement Systems (PEMS) to measure particle numbers.
GRPE-82-22 | UN R49: Proposal for amendment to the new series of amendments Proposes updates and amendments to proposal to introduce new requirements relating to Auxiliary Emission Strategies, cold engine starts and the use of Portable Emissions Measurement Systems (PEMS) to measure particle numbers
GRPE-82-23 | UN R49: Proposal for supplement to 06 series of amendment Proposes the modifications (essentially corrections of mistakes) are derived from the text of document ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRPE/2021/7 from Japan, related to UN GTR 04, as modified by Informal Document GRPE- 82-09
GRPE-82-24 | UN R49: Proposal for supplement to 05 series of amendments Proposal makes changes to take into consideration the availability of gases for flame ionization detectors and the linearization of the gas analyzer. UN R49 defines no linearity requirements for humidity sensors. As the humidity content of the intake air is an essential measure for the calculation of the specific exhaust emission, it is important to add requirement for humidity sensor (Reference: ISO 16183 the accuracy of the absolute humidity shall be +- 5%). The reasoning for the other amendments to Table 7 is the following. As the gas divider is a necessary tool to verify the linearization of the gas analyzer it is mandatory that the deviation of the gas divider is lower than that of the instrument under test. In combination with a calibration gas which has an accuracy of 1 % and a gas divider, which has an accuracy of 1 % it is only possible to reach a guaranteed analyzer accuracy of 2 %. Annex 4B – Amendments to paragraph 9.3.3.1 In the automotive industry Helium is used as so fuel gas for flame ionization detectors (FID) to measure Hydrocarbon emissions. In the FID fuel gas Helium is mixed with Hydrogen in a ratio of 40 % H2 and 60 % He. The annual fluctuations of the helium global market lead to an insufficient supply with FID fuel gas, like happened lately during summer 2018. In order to prevent the industry from the fluctuations of the global helium market, the US legislation reacted already in 2014 and allowed the usage of Nitrogen as batch gas for the FID fuel gas.
4. (b) UN Global Technical Regulations Nos. 4, 5, and 10

GRPE may wish to consider a proposal from the expert of Japan for a new Amendment to UN GTR No. 4, proposing to correct errors and potential unclear provisions to improve the quality and understanding of UN GTR No. 4.

GRPE-82-09 | GTR 4: Proposal to amend document GRPE/2021/7 Proposal to improve the text of provisions introduced in Amendment 3 to UN GTR No.4.
GRPE/2021/7 | GTR 4: Proposal for an amendment Proposal to correct the improper or confusing provisions described in Amendment 3 to UN GTR No.4.
GRPE/2021/7 | GTR 4: Proposal for an amendment Proposal to correct the improper or confusing provisions described in Amendment 3 to UN GTR No.4.
GRPE-82-09 | GTR 4: Proposal to amend document GRPE/2021/7 Proposal to improve the text of provisions introduced in Amendment 3 to UN GTR No.4.
4. (c) Worldwide provisions for Heavy Duty vehicles Fuel Economy

GRPE may wish to receive a status report on the activities of harmonized provision for Heavy Duty vehicles Fuel Economy, if any.

5. UN Regulations Nos. 24, 85, 115, 133, and 143

GRPE may wish to consider a proposal prepared by the expert from OICA to add in the scope of the 03 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 24 a new paragraph, aimed to better clarify its applicability.

GRPE-82-25 | UN R24: Proposal to amend the amendment to 03 series of amendments Proposes to amend the scope to clarify that UN R 49-06 series engine certification (corresponding to Euro VI) have no smoke and does not include the certification according to UN Regulation 24.
GRPE/2021/8 | UN R24: Proposal for amendments to the 03 series of amendments Proposal to clarify the scope and application of the regulation.
GRPE/2021/8 | UN R24: Proposal for amendments to the 03 series of amendments Proposal to clarify the scope and application of the regulation.
GRPE-82-25 | UN R24: Proposal to amend the amendment to 03 series of amendments Proposes to amend the scope to clarify that UN R 49-06 series engine certification (corresponding to Euro VI) have no smoke and does not include the certification according to UN Regulation 24.
6. Agricultural and forestry tractors, non-road mobile machinery
6. (a) UN Regulations Nos. 96 and 120

GRPE may wish to consider proposals to amend UN Regulations Nos. 96 and 120, if any.

6. (b) UN Global Technical Regulation No. 11

GRPE may wish to consider proposals to amend UN GTR No. 11, if any.

7. Particle Measurement Programme (PMP)

GRPE will receive a status report from the IWG on PMP.

GRPE-82-35 | PMP: Status report from IWG PMP Status report from IWG PMP
GRPE-82-35 | PMP: Status report from IWG PMP Status report from IWG PMP
GRPE-82-35 | PMP: Status report from IWG PMP Status report from IWG PMP

GRPE may wish to consider an update from the IWG on PMP on the latest draft procedure to measure sub-23nm particulate emissions in the laboratory for heavy duty vehicles.

GRPE-82-29/Rev.1 | PMP: Proposal for sub-23nm particles measurement procedure for HD engines This proposal from IWG PMP is based on the PN measurement procedure laid down in UN R49 but should be considered exclusively a technical working document. The purpose of this document is only to discuss within the PMP group the changes/additions needed to modify the PN cut-off size from 23 to approximately 10 nm and to include raw exhaust sampling
GRPE-82-30 | PMP: Explanatory Note for Sub-23nm particle measurement procedure for HD Engines This explanatory note by IWG PMP, updates on the proposals for solid particle number (SPN) measurements for the type approval of heavy-duty engines. The explanatory note addresses (i) the changes to the current SPN23 methodology, (ii) the proposed changes for the second alternative option to extend the particle size detection range to 10 nm particles, (iii) the proposed changes to allow direct SPN sampling with fixed dilution ratio.
GRPE-82-29/Rev.1 | PMP: Proposal for sub-23nm particles measurement procedure for HD engines This proposal from IWG PMP is based on the PN measurement procedure laid down in UN R49 but should be considered exclusively a technical working document. The purpose of this document is only to discuss within the PMP group the changes/additions needed to modify the PN cut-off size from 23 to approximately 10 nm and to include raw exhaust sampling
GRPE-82-30 | PMP: Explanatory Note for Sub-23nm particle measurement procedure for HD Engines This explanatory note by IWG PMP, updates on the proposals for solid particle number (SPN) measurements for the type approval of heavy-duty engines. The explanatory note addresses (i) the changes to the current SPN23 methodology, (ii) the proposed changes for the second alternative option to extend the particle size detection range to 10 nm particles, (iii) the proposed changes to allow direct SPN sampling with fixed dilution ratio.
GRPE-82-35 | PMP: Status report from IWG PMP Status report from IWG PMP
8. Motorcycles and mopeds
8. (a) UN Regulations Nos. 40 and 47

GRPE may wish to consider proposals to amend UN Regulations Nos. 40 and 47, if any.

8. (b) UN Global Technical Regulations Nos. 2, 17, and 18

GRPE may wish to consider a proposal by the IWG on EPPR to amend UN GTR No. 2 or UN GTR No. 17, if any.

8. (c) Environmental and Propulsion Performance Requirements (EPPR) for L category vehicles

GRPE will receive a status report from the IWG on EPPR.

GRPE-82-34 | EPPR: Status report EPPR IWG Status report from IWG EPPR
GRPE-82-34 | EPPR: Status report EPPR IWG Status report from IWG EPPR

GRPE may wish to consider a proposal from the IWG on EPPR for a request for authorization to develop a new UN GTR on durability of after treatment devices for two- and three- wheeled motor vehicles.

GRPE-82-26/Rev 1 | UN GTR: Request for authorisation to develop GTR on durability of after treatment devices for two- and three- wheeled motor vehicles EPPR IWG proposes to draft the UN GTR on durability based upon the European Regulation No. 168/2013 and its supplementing regulations (Euro 5) to provide test procedures and requirements for the durability of after-treatment devices.
GRPE-82-26/Rev 1 | UN GTR: Request for authorisation to develop GTR on durability of after treatment devices for two- and three- wheeled motor vehicles EPPR IWG proposes to draft the UN GTR on durability based upon the European Regulation No. 168/2013 and its supplementing regulations (Euro 5) to provide test procedures and requirements for the durability of after-treatment devices.
GRPE-82-26/Rev 1 | UN GTR: Request for authorisation to develop GTR on durability of after treatment devices for two- and three- wheeled motor vehicles EPPR IWG proposes to draft the UN GTR on durability based upon the European Regulation No. 168/2013 and its supplementing regulations (Euro 5) to provide test procedures and requirements for the durability of after-treatment devices.
GRPE-82-26/Rev 1 | UN GTR: Request for authorisation to develop GTR on durability of after treatment devices for two- and three- wheeled motor vehicles EPPR IWG proposes to draft the UN GTR on durability based upon the European Regulation No. 168/2013 and its supplementing regulations (Euro 5) to provide test procedures and requirements for the durability of after-treatment devices.
GRPE-82-34 | EPPR: Status report EPPR IWG Status report from IWG EPPR
9. Electric Vehicles and the Environment (EVE)
9. (a) UN GTR on the Determination of Electrified Vehicle Power (DEVP)

GRPE may wish to consider proposals to amend UN GTR No. [XX] on DEVP.

9. (b) UN GTR on In-Vehicle Battery Durability

GRPE will receive a status report on the development of a UN GTR on in-vehicle battery durability.

GRPE-82-27 | UN GTR: Proposal for GTR on in-vehicle battery durability for electrified vehicles Proposal by IWG EVE (Electric Vehicles and the Environment) of the draft text for a new UN GTR on in-vehicle battery durability for electrified vehicles.
GRPE-82-33 | EVE : Comments on the IWG EVE proposal for GTR on In-vehicle battery durability OICA comment on the IWG EVE proposal for GTR on in-vehicle battery durability
GRPE-82-27 | UN GTR: Proposal for GTR on in-vehicle battery durability for electrified vehicles Proposal by IWG EVE (Electric Vehicles and the Environment) of the draft text for a new UN GTR on in-vehicle battery durability for electrified vehicles.
GRPE-82-33 | EVE : Comments on the IWG EVE proposal for GTR on In-vehicle battery durability OICA comment on the IWG EVE proposal for GTR on in-vehicle battery durability
9. (c) Other EVE activities

GRPE will receive a status report from the IWG on EVE.

GRPE-82-36 | EVE: Status report Statue report by the IWG EVE
GRPE-82-36 | EVE: Status report Statue report by the IWG EVE
10. Mutual Resolution No. 2

GRPE may wish to consider a proposal to amend Mutual Resolution No. 2 (M.R.2), if any.

GRPE-82-28 | MR2: Status assessment in comparison to Amendment 6 to UN GTR 15 Compares terminology between M.R. 2 in comparison to UN GTR15
GRPE-82-28 | MR2: Status assessment in comparison to Amendment 6 to UN GTR 15 Compares terminology between M.R. 2 in comparison to UN GTR15
11. International Whole Vehicle Type Approval (IWVTA)

GRPE will receive a report by its Ambassador or its Chair on IWVTA.

GRPE-82-12 | IWVTA update for GRPE
GRPE-82-12 | IWVTA update for GRPE
12. Vehicle Interior Air Quality (VIAQ)

GRPE will receive a status report from the IWG on VIAQ.

GRPE-82-32 | VIAQ: IWG Status report
GRPE-82-32 | VIAQ: IWG Status report
13. Lifetime Compliance

GRPE may wish to receive an update from the Chair and secretariat on the latest status of the draft priority topics for GRPE activities.

14. Priority topics for GRPE activities

GRPE may wish to consider proposals to update the list of priority topics and/or to discuss specific items from the list of priority topics.

GRPE-82-06 | Updated listing of GRPE priorities for 2021
GRPE-82-16 | UN R 83: Response to proposal for 08 Series of amendments Proposal suggests that 2 new series of amendments are necessary: 83.08 to cover ISC for the WLTP Test and 83.09 to add ISC for the new UNR „RDE“ (which also has no ISC requirements) because Contracting Parties should be free to apply UNR 154 and UNR "RDE“, each with or without ISC without connection A Contracting Party applying UNR 154 and UNR 83.08 but not UNR "RDE“ would be obliged to conduct or at least monitor RDE ISC in the absence of 83.09
GRPE-82-06 | Updated listing of GRPE priorities for 2021
GRPE-82-16 | UN R 83: Response to proposal for 08 Series of amendments Proposal suggests that 2 new series of amendments are necessary: 83.08 to cover ISC for the WLTP Test and 83.09 to add ISC for the new UNR „RDE“ (which also has no ISC requirements) because Contracting Parties should be free to apply UNR 154 and UNR "RDE“, each with or without ISC without connection A Contracting Party applying UNR 154 and UNR 83.08 but not UNR "RDE“ would be obliged to conduct or at least monitor RDE ISC in the absence of 83.09
15. Any other business

GRPE may wish to consider any other proposals, if any.

GRPE-82-13 | Light and Heavy Vehicle Emissions Standards for Cleaner Air

GRPE may wish to consider an update from the expert from Australia on the Australian Government Consultation on Light and Heavy Vehicle Emission Standards for Cleaner Air.

GRPE may wish to consider a presentation from the expert from UTAC/CERAM on the Green NCAP / Green Vehicle Index (GVI) programme on-going in Europe providing labelling for cars based on their environmental performance.

GRPE-82-31 | Introduction to Green NCAP The presentation by the experts from UTAC/CERAM on the introduction of comprehensive, simple rating information to consumers, fleet operators and other stakeholders
GRPE-82-13 | Light and Heavy Vehicle Emissions Standards for Cleaner Air
GRPE-82-31 | Introduction to Green NCAP The presentation by the experts from UTAC/CERAM on the introduction of comprehensive, simple rating information to consumers, fleet operators and other stakeholders
16. Next GRPE session