Session 68 | Geneva | 7-10 Jan 2014
2. Report on the last session of the World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations (WP.29)
GRPE-68-06 | Report to GRPE on the last sessions of WP.29 Report on items of relevance to GRPE (vehicle pollution and propulsion) from the June 2013 (160th WP.29) and November 2013 (161st WP.29) World Forum sessions.
WP.29/1104 | Report of the World Forum on its 160th session
WP.29/1104/Add.1 | Addendum 1 to the report of the World Forum on its 160th session Annex IV to the meeting report presenting the WP.29 secretariat self-evaluation, including a review of its activities and statistics on the evolution of the WP.29 administrative burden during 2002-2012.
WP.29/1106 | Report of the World Forum/WP.29 on its 161st session
WP.29/2014/27 | Proposal for a new global technical regulation on the Worldwide harmonized Light vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP) Text of the proposed new GTR on light vehicle emissions and fuel consumption as approved at the November special session of the Working Party on Pollution and Energy and submitted to the Forum for consideration and adoption at its March 2014 session.
WP.29/2014/28 | Final report on the development of a new global technical regulation on the Worldwide harmonized Light vehicles Test Procedures (WLTP) Report to accompany the proposal for the new GTR on light vehicle emissions and fuel consumption detailing its development.
WP.29/2014/30 | Proposal for the development of amendments to GTR No. [15] on the Worldwide harmonized Light vehicles Test Procedures (WLTP) Proposal for a further "phase 1b" in the development of the GTR on light vehicle emissions. In order to meet Contracting Party objectives, the draft GTR has been submitted for adoption by the Forum in March 2014. Although the current draft offers a complete test cycle, the WLTP experts want to improve the regulation by further addressing a number of technical elements that were set aside due to time and resource constraints.
WP.29/2013/127 | Request for authorization to develop amendments to GTR No. 2 and new regulations on environmental and propulsion performance requirements for light vehicles The main objective of this proposal is to establish an amendment to global technical regulation No. 2 on the Worldwide harmonized Motorcycle emissions Certification-test procedure (WMTC) to insert Environmental and Propulsion Performance Requirements (EPPR), currently only applicable for two-wheeled motorcycles. Should an amendment to GTR No. 2 be deemed inappropriate, alternatives including development of a new GTR will be considered. The objectives also include development of requirements and/or test procedures to create synergies and uniform provisions with related 1958 Agreement UN Regulations, exchange information on current and future regulatory EPPR, e.g. for "category 3 vehicles" or "L-category vehicles", minimize differences between these regulatory EPPR, with the view to facilitate the development of light vehicles complying with such internationally harmonized requirements, and to assess coherence with other regulatory requirements and groups activities, such as those on Worldwide harmonized Light vehicles Test Procedures (WLTP) and on Electric Vehicles and the Environment (EVE).
WP.29-160-19/Rev.1 | Emissions of Air Pollutants in Transport: An Overview UNECE report in response to World Health Organization concerns over vehicle emissions, in particular diesel particulates.
10. Electric Vehicles and the Environment (EVE)
GRPE-68-13 | EV Regulatory Reference Guide [Draft 3] Draft of the Electric Vehicle Regulatory Reference Guide concerning worldwide environmental regulations submitted to the GRPE by the EVE informal working group chair.
GRPE-68-22 | EVE informal working group report to the GRPE 68th session Progress report on activities concerning environmental issues related to electric vehicles.
GRPE-68-13
EV Regulatory Reference Guide [Draft 3] (FEV)
08 Jan 2014 Working Party Informal Documents Electric Vehicle Environmental Performance Electric Vehicles & the Environment Draft of the Electric Vehicle Regulatory Reference Guide concerning worldwide environmental regulations submitted to the GRPE by the EVE informal working group chair. GRPE-68-0013
GRPE-68-22
EVE informal working group report to the GRPE 68th session
10 Jan 2014 Working Party Informal Documents Electric Vehicle Environmental Performance Electric Vehicles & the Environment Progress report on activities concerning environmental issues related to electric vehicles. GRPE-68-0022