Session 85 | Geneva/Remote | 11-14 Jan
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-85-05/Rev.1 | GRPE-85: Updated provisional agenda
GRPE-85-06 | GRPE-85: Running order of the agenda
GRPE-85-08 | Information for the 86th (May-June 2022) GRPE session
GRPE/2022/1 | Annotated provisional agenda for the 85th (January 2022) GRPE session
GRPE/2022/1 | Annotated provisional agenda for the 85th (January 2022) GRPE session
GRPE-85-05/Rev.1 | GRPE-85: Updated provisional agenda
GRPE-85-06 | GRPE-85: Running order of the agenda
GRPE-85-08 | Information for the 86th (May-June 2022) GRPE session
GRPE-85-06/Rev.1 | Draft running order
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 November 2021 session of WP.29 on issues related to GRPE.

GRPE-85-07 | GRPE-relevant highlights from the 185th (November 2021) WP.29 session
GRPE-85-07 | GRPE-relevant highlights from the 185th (November 2021) WP.29 session
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 integrate requirements for Special Purpose Vehicles in the 06 and 07 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 83.

GRPE/2022/2 | UN R83: Proposal for a new Supplement to the 06 and 07 series of amendments Proposal to introduce provisions specific to special-purpose vehicles.
GRPE/2022/2 | UN R83: Proposal for a new Supplement to the 06 and 07 series of amendments Proposal to introduce provisions specific to special-purpose vehicles.
GRPE-85-02 | Proposals for Future UN R154 Amendments
GRPE-85-09 | UN R83: Proposal for a new Supplement to the 05/06/07 series of Amendments Proposal to correct the recursive formula of the 05, 06 and 07 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 83 in the procedure for verifying the conformity of production requirements if the production standard deviation given by the manufacturer is either not satisfactory or not available.
GRPE-85-12 | UN R154: Explanation of charge-depleting cycle range (RCDC) proposals
GRPE-85-10 | UN R83: Proposal for a new Supplement to the 05, 06 and 07 series of amendments Proposal to permit use of equipment conforming to UN R154 for testing under UN R83 (and by extension to UN R101 which references UN R83).
GRPE-85-13 | Proposal for further transposition of UN R154-02 and 03 series of amendments
GRPE-85-15 | UN R154: Proposal for a new Supplement to the 02 and 03 series Proposal to correct the recursive formula in the procedure for verifying the conformity of production requirements if the production standard deviation given by the manufacturer is either not satisfactory or not available.
GRPE-85-16 | UN R101: Proposal for a Supplement to the 01 series of amendments Proposal to harmonize:<ul><li>Requirements for the determination of CO2, fuel and electric energy consumption of the discharge requirement for OVC-HEV with an operating mode switch with its stop criterion.</li><li>Preconditioning requirement (Annex 9, determination of electric range) and UN R83 (Annex 14, provisions for emissions test procedures for HEV).</li></ul>
GRPE-85-17 | UN R101: Supplemental information for the proposal in GRPE-85-16
GRPE-85-18/Rev.2 | UN R83: Proposal for a Supplement to the 06 and 07 series of amendments Annex 4A-Type 1 tests include references to daytime running lamps and rear position and other lamps. In line with UN R48 and its 08 series of amendments which would permit switching off of rear position and other lamps when ambient light conditions are above 7,000 lux to avoid unnecessary fuel consumption, this proposal would permit ambient lighting during dynamometer operation above this threshold.
GRPE-85-19/Rev.2 | UN R101: Proposal for a Supplement to the 01 series of amendments Annex 5 procedures include references to daytime running lamps and rear position and other lamps. In line with UN R48 and its 08 series of amendments which would permit switching off of rear position and other lamps when ambient light conditions are above 7,000 lux to avoid unnecessary fuel consumption, this proposal would permit ambient lighting during dynamometer operation above this threshold.
GRPE-85-20/Rev.2 | UN R154: Proposal for a Supplement to the original, 01, 02, and 03 series of amendments Annex B6 procedures include references to rear position and other lamps. In line with UN R48 and its 08 series of amendments which would permit switching off of rear position and other lamps when ambient light conditions are above 7,000 lux to avoid unnecessary fuel consumption, this proposal would permit ambient lighting during dynamometer operation above this threshold.
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.

GRPE-85-21 | GTR 15: Draft proposal to update Annex 13 (Low-Temperature Test Procedure) under Amendment 6
GRPE-85-22 | GTR 15: Explanation of proposals to amend Annex 13 (Low Temperature Test Procedure)
GRPE-85-21 | GTR 15: Draft proposal to update Annex 13 (Low-Temperature Test Procedure) under Amendment 6
GRPE-85-22 | GTR 15: Explanation of proposals to amend Annex 13 (Low Temperature Test Procedure)
3. (c) Worldwide harmonized Real Driving Emissions test procedure

GRPE may wish to receive a status report on the activities of the IWG on RDE.

GRPE-85-44 | IWG RDE: Status report
4. Heavy duty vehicles
4. (a) UN Regulations Nos. 49 and 132

GRPE may wish to consider a proposal from the expert of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to introduce a new supplement to the 07 series to UN Regulation No. 49 relating to the approval of a vehicle type with an approved engine with regard to their emission of pollutants, and the reporting of the CO2 emissions and fuel consumption for type approval of vehicles with a reference mass exceeding 2,380 kg but not exceeding 2,610 kg.

GRPE/2022/3 | UN R49: Proposal for a new Supplement to the 07 series of amendments Proposal to introduce provisions for the approval of a vehicle type with an approved engine with regard to their emission of pollutants, and the reporting of the CO2 emissions and fuel consumption for type approval of vehicles with a reference mass exceeding 2,380 kg but not exceeding 2,610 kg.
GRPE/2022/3 | UN R49: Proposal for a new Supplement to the 07 series of amendments Proposal to introduce provisions for the approval of a vehicle type with an approved engine with regard to their emission of pollutants, and the reporting of the CO2 emissions and fuel consumption for type approval of vehicles with a reference mass exceeding 2,380 kg but not exceeding 2,610 kg.
GRPE-85-28 | UN R49: Proposal to permit hydrogen fuel under emissions type approval
GRPE-85-41 | UN R 49: Presentation on proposal for type approval of H2 engines
4. (b) UN Global Technical Regulations Nos. 4, 5, and 10

GRPE may wish to consider proposals to amend UN GTRs Nos 4, 5 or 10, if any.

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 align UN Regulation No. 24 with UN Regulation No. 85 and ISO 1585:2020.

GRPE/2022/4 | UN R24: Proposal for a new Supplement to the 03 series of amendments Proposal to align UN R24 with to align the UN R85 and ISO 1585:2020.

GRPE may wish to consider a proposal prepared by the expert from OICA to align UN Regulation No. 85 with ISO 1585:2020.

GRPE-85-11 | UN R85: Proposal to amend document GRPE/2022/5 Proposal to clarify the scope of Regulation 85 concerning electric drivetrains.
GRPE/2022/5 | UN R85: Proposal for a new Supplement Proposal to align UN R85 with ISO 1585:2020.
GRPE/2022/4 | UN R24: Proposal for a new Supplement to the 03 series of amendments Proposal to align UN R24 with to align the UN R85 and ISO 1585:2020.
GRPE/2022/5 | UN R85: Proposal for a new Supplement Proposal to align UN R85 with ISO 1585:2020.
GRPE-85-11 | UN R85: Proposal to amend document GRPE/2022/5 Proposal to clarify the scope of Regulation 85 concerning electric drivetrains.
GRPE-85-23 | UN R24: Proposal for a Supplement The use of test fuels is permitted for certification testing of gaseous and particulate pollutants and power/smoke testing in Europe. However, other countries that have adopted and referenced UN R24 may not allow this. This proposal would permit the use of the same test fuel in cases where the testing for emission of gaseous and particulate pollutants is conducted at the same time as the testing under UN R24.
GRPE-85-24 | UN R85: Proposal for a Supplement The use of test fuels is permitted for certification testing of gaseous and particulate pollutants and power/smoke testing in Europe. However, other countries that have adopted and referenced UN R85 may not allow this. This proposal would permit the use of the same test fuel in cases where the testing for emission of gaseous and particulate pollutants is conducted at the same time as the testing under UN R85.
GRPE-85-25 | UN R85: Proposal for a Supplement Proposal to permit the use of hydrogen (H2) as fuel for type approval of heavy-duty vehicles.
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 may wish to consider a proposal by the IWG on PMP for a new Consolidated Resolution concerning Exhaust Ultra-Fine Particle Number Measurement For Heavy Duty Engines.

GRPE-85-04/Rev.1 | Ultra-fine PN measurement for heavy-duty engines: Proposal for amendments to document GRPE/2021/17 Proposal for new Consolidated Resolution concerning Exhaust Ultra-Fine Particle Number Measurement For Heavy Duty Engines. The document is also available with tracked changes in <a href="https://unece.org/sites/default/files/2022-01/GRPE-85-04r1e_track.pdf" target="_blank">pdf format</a> and in <a href="https://unece.org/sites/default/files/2022-01/GRPE-85-04r1e_track.docx" target="_blank">docx format</a>.

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

GRPE-85-37 | Status report of the PMP informal group
GRPE/2022/17 | Proposal for new Consolidated Resolution concerning Exhaust Ultra-Fine Particle Number Measurement For Heavy Duty Engines Text prepared by IWG PMP for a new Consolidated Resolution concerning the test procedure for the measurement of ultra-fine particle emissions from Heavy Duty engines.
GRPE-85-04/Rev.1 | Ultra-fine PN measurement for heavy-duty engines: Proposal for amendments to document GRPE/2021/17 Proposal for new Consolidated Resolution concerning Exhaust Ultra-Fine Particle Number Measurement For Heavy Duty Engines. The document is also available with tracked changes in <a href="https://unece.org/sites/default/files/2022-01/GRPE-85-04r1e_track.pdf" target="_blank">pdf format</a> and in <a href="https://unece.org/sites/default/files/2022-01/GRPE-85-04r1e_track.docx" target="_blank">docx format</a>.
GRPE-85-37 | Status report of the PMP informal group
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, 18, and new GTR on Durability

GRPE may wish to consider a proposal by the IWG on EPPR for a new amendment to UN GTR No. 2.

GRPE-85-38 | GTR 2: Proposal for amendments to the draft Amendment 5 Proposal for updates to the text in document GRPE/2022/6 from the EPPR informal group.
GRPE/2022/6 | GTR 2: Proposal for Amendment 5 Proposal to expand the scope to include more vehicle types (higher-powered three-wheeled vehicles) and to introduce additional fuel types to be included in the test procedure.

GRPE may wish to consider a proposal by the IWG on EPPR for a new UN GTR on durability of pollution-control devices.

GRPE-85-39 | L-vehicle pollution controls durability: Proposal for amendments to the draft GTR Proposal for updates from the EPPR informal group to the draft text of document GRPE/2022/7.
GRPE/2022/7 | Durability of pollution control devices: Proposal for a new UN GTR on the measurement procedure for two- or three-wheeled vehicles Proposal to amend the definitions of special-purpose vehicles.
GRPE/2022/6 | GTR 2: Proposal for Amendment 5 Proposal to expand the scope to include more vehicle types (higher-powered three-wheeled vehicles) and to introduce additional fuel types to be included in the test procedure.
GRPE/2022/7 | Durability of pollution control devices: Proposal for a new UN GTR on the measurement procedure for two- or three-wheeled vehicles Proposal to amend the definitions of special-purpose vehicles.
GRPE-85-38 | GTR 2: Proposal for amendments to the draft Amendment 5 Proposal for updates to the text in document GRPE/2022/6 from the EPPR informal group.
GRPE-85-39 | L-vehicle pollution controls durability: Proposal for amendments to the draft GTR Proposal for updates from the EPPR informal group to the draft text of document GRPE/2022/7.
8. (c) Environmental and Propulsion Performance Requirements (EPPR) for L-category vehicles

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

GRPE-85-03 | Status report of the EPPR informal group
GRPE-85-03 | Status report of the EPPR informal group
9. Electric Vehicles and the Environment (EVE)
9. (a) UN GTR No. 21 and new GTR on in-vehicle battery durability

GRPE may wish to consider proposals to amend UN GTRs Nos 21 or draft new GTR on in-vehicle battery durability, if any.

GRPE-85-35 | Comments on GTR 21
GRPE-85-36 | Comments on heavy-duty EV battery durability Recommendation to pursue a GTR specific to heavy-duty vehicles derived from the work on the light vehicle EV battery durability GTR.
GRPE-85-35 | Comments on GTR 21
GRPE-85-36 | Comments on heavy-duty EV battery durability Recommendation to pursue a GTR specific to heavy-duty vehicles derived from the work on the light vehicle EV battery durability GTR.
9. (b) Other activities of IWG on EVE

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

GRPE-85-42 | IWG EVE: Status report
GRPE-85-43 | IWG EVE: Terms of reference
10. Mutual Resolution No. 2 (M.R.2)

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

11. International Whole Vehicle Type Approval (IWVTA)

GRPE may wish to consider a presentation by the GRPE Ambassador to IWVTA on a Proposal for extension of DETA to improve the use of the unique identifier for UN Regulations.

GRPE-85-01 | Proposal for extension of DETA to improve the use of the Unique Identifier for UN Regulations
GRPE-85-33 | DETA: Additional input regarding GPRE and the Unique Identifier Supplemental information concerning document GRPE-85-01.
GRPE-85-01 | Proposal for extension of DETA to improve the use of the Unique Identifier for UN Regulations
GRPE-85-33 | DETA: Additional input regarding GPRE and the Unique Identifier Supplemental information concerning document GRPE-85-01.
12. Vehicle Interior Air Quality (VIAQ)

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

GRPE-85-26 | Status report of the VIAQ informal group
GRPE-85-26 | Status report of the VIAQ informal group
13. Lifetime compliance

GRPE may wish to consider a presentation by the expert from the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre on the particle number measurement during Periodic Technical Inspection (PTI) tests.

GRPE-85-31 | Supporting information on Urea emulators and emissions tampering
GRPE-85-30 | Emissions Tampering: Urea emulator installed in an Euro VI A heavy truck
GRPE-85-31 | Supporting information on Urea emulators and emissions tampering
GRPE-85-34 | New Periodic Technical Inspection – Particle Number Measurement
GRPE-85-40 | PTI: Presentation on Framework Document on Vehicle Whole-Life Compliance Presentation by IWG PTI on their proposal ECE/TRANS/WP.29/2021/148
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-85-29/Rev.1 | Proposal of Discussion Starter on LCA Methodology for Automobiles under GRPE
GRPE-85-29/Rev.1 | Proposal of Discussion Starter on LCA Methodology for Automobiles under GRPE
15. Any other business

GRPE may wish to consider a proposal from the expert of the International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers (OICA) to amend definitions for Special Purpose Vehicles in the Consolidated Resolution on the Construction of Vehicles (R.E.3).

GRPE/2022/8 | RE3: Proposal for a new Revision

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

GRPE/2022/8 | RE3: Proposal for a new Revision
GRPE-85-27 | Introduction to the Clean Air Association
GRPE-85-32 | Clean Air Association request for WP.29 consultative status