Session 167 | Geneva | 10-13 Nov 2015
4.2.3. Transposition of UN GTR No. 15 into a UN Regulation on WLTP
WP.29-167-20 | Transposition of the WLTP GTR into a UN Regulation Discussion paper concerning the transposition of GTR 15 into a UN Regulation. The paper raises two possible routes: 1) a UN Regulation identical to EU legislation but that would not be not applied (in its entirety as a distinct rule) outside the EU; 2) a "hierarchical" UN Regulation that combines all elements of all emissions thresholds at their most stringent level with lower levels of approval corresponding to regional/national requirements. The EC proposes option 2 as this would allow for a global rule where Contracting Parties could certify systems to standards outside their markets (e.g., Japan could issue approvals to EU standards and vice versa) under the UN Regulation.
18.6. GTR No. 15 (Worldwide harmonized Light vehicle Test Procedures (WLTP) – Phase 1(b))
WP.29-167-29 | Mandate for the Informal working group on Worldwide harmonized Light duty Test Procedure Phase 2 (WLTP Phase 2)
WP.29/2016/3 | Proposal for Supplement 4 to the 04 series of amendments to Regulation No. 41 In response to concerns that approval agencies may not grant manufacturers the additional 1dB for L(wot) on conformity of production tests as changes had been made to Annex 6 of R41-04, GRB issued an interpretation recorded in the report of its 56th session. The proposal formalizes the interpretation as an explicit provision of the regulation.
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Transposition of the WLTP GTR into a UN Regulation (EC)
07 Nov 2015 World Forum Informal Documents Light Vehicle Emissions Type Approval Test Procedure WLTP Type Approval Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicle Emissions Test Procedure WLTP Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicles Test Procedure Discussion paper concerning the transposition of GTR 15 into a UN Regulation. The paper raises two possible routes: 1) a UN Regulation identical to EU legislation but that would not be not applied (in its entirety as a distinct rule) outside the EU; 2) a "hierarchical" UN Regulation that combines all elements of all emissions thresholds at their most stringent level with lower levels of approval corresponding to regional/national requirements. The EC proposes option 2 as this would allow for a global rule where Contracting Parties could certify systems to standards outside their markets (e.g., Japan could issue approvals to EU standards and vice versa) under the UN Regulation. WP.29-167-0020
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Mandate for the Informal working group on Worldwide harmonized Light duty Test Procedure Phase 2 (WLTP Phase 2) (EC)
12 Nov 2015 World Forum Informal Documents Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicle Emissions Test Procedure WLTP Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicles Test Procedure WP.29-167-0029