Informal Group
Session 9 | Ann Arbor | 17-18 Feb 2014
Latest document posted on 28 Apr 2014
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EVE-09-01
Invitation to the 9th EVE informal working group session
27 Jan 2014 Informal Group Informal Documents Electric Vehicle Environmental Performance Electric Vehicles & the Environment EVE-09-0001
EVE-09-02/Rev.3
Final agenda for the 9th EVE informal working group session
21 Feb 2014 Informal Group Agenda Electric Vehicle Environmental Performance Electric Vehicles & the Environment EVE-09-0002/Rev.3
EVE-09-03
EV Reference Guide: Draft 4 with track changes
17 Feb 2014 Informal Group Informal Documents Electric Vehicle Environmental Performance Electric Vehicles & the Environment Fourth draft of the electric vehicle reference guide on environmental regulations worldwide. EVE-09-0003
EVE-09-04
Calculation of Upstream CO2 for Electrified Vehicles (US EPA)
17 Feb 2014 Informal Group Informal Documents Electric Vehicle Environmental Performance Electric Vehicles & the Environment Presentation on scenarios for deployment of electrified vehicles in the United States and impact on power consumption and CO<sub>2</sub> emissions. EVE-09-0004
EVE-09-05/Rev.1
Testing a Rear Wheel Drive xEV on a 2 Wheel and 4 Wheel Dynamometer (revised) (TC and Environment Canada)
21 Feb 2014 Informal Group Informal Documents Electric Vehicle Environmental Performance Electric Vehicles & the Environment Revised presentation on a research project intended primarily to evaluate regenerative braking energy and CO2 emission differences between a 2-wheel dynamometer, a 4-wheel dynamometer and empirically determined rear-axle braking forces applied the same test conditions on a 2-wheel dynamometer. The expectation is that the two-wheel dyno tests will produce the highest regenerative braking energy and lowest CO2 emissions since it places 100% of the braking load on the rear axle. EVE-09-0005/Rev.1
EVE-09-06/Rev.1
Vehicle Energy Consumption Evaluation System (revised) (China)
21 Feb 2014 Informal Group Informal Documents Electric Vehicle Environmental Performance Electric Vehicles & the Environment Revised presentation on the results of a cooperative research project between China and the EU on a system to evaluate the aggregate energy consumption (including upstream and downstream elements) of electrified vehicles. EVE-09-0006/Rev.1
EVE-09-07
Preliminary draft agenda for the 10th EVE informal working group session
17 Feb 2014 Informal Group Informal Documents Electric Vehicle Environmental Performance Electric Vehicles & the Environment EVE-09-0007
EVE-09-08
Work of GRPE on environmental aspects of Electrified Vehicles (EC)
17 Feb 2014 Informal Group Informal Documents Electric Vehicle Environmental Performance Electric Vehicles & the Environment Suggestion by the European Commission to develop several global technical regulations concerning specific environmental aspects of electrified vehicles falling outside the scope of the WLTP (Worldwide Light vehicle Test Procedure for emissions and fuel efficiency) test cycle. These new GTR would complement the WLTP work by addressing adjacent issues such as battery durability or charging performance. The idea is to allow for these complementary rules to be referenced within the WLTP or other GTR but also to enable their use as stand-alone rules regardless of whether a nation applies WLTP. EVE-09-0008
EVE-09-09
EVS Task Force Group Organization (NHTSA)
17 Feb 2014 Informal Group Informal Documents Electric Vehicle Environmental Performance Electric Vehicles & the Environment Presentation on the organization of work projects under the program to develop global technical regulations on electric vehicle safety (Electric Vehicle Safety informal working group). EVE-09-0009
EVE-09-10
Electric Vehicle Safety Informal Working Group: Task Force Operating Principles
21 Feb 2014 Informal Group Informal Documents Electric Vehicle Environmental Performance Electric Vehicles & the Environment The informal group developing safety requirements specific to electrified vehicles has decided to break its work down into specific areas for development by individual task forces. This document, provided as a courtesy to the sister informal group focused on environmental aspects of electrified vehicles, outline the rules and procedures for these safety-requirement task forces. EVE-09-0010
EVE-09-12
Draft report of the 9th EVE informal working group session
28 Apr 2014 Informal Group Report Electric Vehicle Environmental Performance Electric Vehicles & the Environment EVE-09-0012