DATASET

European market surveillance of motor vehicles - 2020-2021 Emissions Dataset

Collection: TransportExpData : Transport Experimental Data Collection 

Description

Emissions dataset from on-road and laboratory testing

Contact

Email
michael.clairotte (at) ec.europa.eu

Contributors

How to cite

European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC) (2022): European market surveillance of motor vehicles - 2020-2021 Emissions Dataset. European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC) [Dataset] PID: http://data.europa.eu/89h/2d763699-54e4-4b6a-abb2-b1aa2df47300

Keywords

Auxiliary Emissions Strategies Laboratory Testing Light-Duty Vehicles Market Surveillance Onroad Testing PEMS Pollutants RDE Transport Vehicles

Data access

European market surveillance of motor vehicles - 2020-2021 Emissions Dataset
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  • This report presents the results for the work conducted by the JRC as European Commission contribution to the first year of market surveillance and regarding emissions from motor vehicles. The report, primarily targeted towards the bodies acting in the EU market surveillance, presents the emissions test results and the compliance findings, which can lead to corrective actions for the vehicles on the market. This document also discusses some lessons learnt during the application of testing procedures, with a view to share best practices with the participating authorities and potentially, to draw the path toward future policy updates. The document is structured in three main chapters: the requirements and methodologies for their verification (Part A), the test results and compliance outcome for the activities conducted by the Commission (Part B) and an overview of the main findings (Part C). Part A focuses on the requirements to be fulfilled by the vehicles and provides the main elements, further details being available in the regulatory texts. For some requirements, the verification cannot be made using the type approval procedure (e.g. durability, OBD). In such a case, ad-hoc procedures are proposed and are likely to be revised on a yearly basis making use of the experience gained. Part B presents the emissions test results and compliance findings for the individual vehicles analysed by the JRC during the last year. Part C is a summary of the findings and a tentative to draw recommendations from the lessons learnt, with a view to identifying the most critical items (e.g. which requirements have the highest risk not to be fulfilled) and to improving the efficiency of the whole process.

Results of the 2020-2021 European Commission Vehicle Emissions Testing Programme
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  • This report presents the results for the work conducted by the JRC as European Commission contribution to the first year of market surveillance and regarding emissions from motor vehicles. The document is structured in three main chapters: the requirements and methodologies for their verification (Part A), the test results and compliance outcome for the activities conducted by the Commission (Part B) and an overview of the main findings (Part C). Part A focuses on the requirements to be fulfilled by the vehicles and provides the main elements, further details being available in the regulatory texts. For some requirements, the verification cannot be made using the type approval procedure (e.g. durability, OBD). In such a case, ad-hoc procedures are proposed and are likely to be revised on a yearly basis making use of the experience gained. Part B presents the emissions test results and compliance findings for the individual vehicles analysed by the JRC during the last year. Part C is a summary of the findings and a tentative to draw recommendations from the lessons learnt, with a view to identifying the most critical items (e.g. which requirements have the highest risk not to be fulfilled) and to improving the efficiency of the whole process.

Publications

Publication
European market surveillance of motor vehicles
Bonnel, P., Clairotte, M., Cotogno, G., Gruening, C., Loos, R., Manara, D., Melas, A., Selleri, T., Tutuianu, M., Valverde Morales, V., Forloni, F., Giechaskiel, B., Carriero, M., Otura Garcia, M., Pavlovic, J., Suarez Bertoa, R., Martini, G. and Krasenbrink, A., European market surveillance of motor vehicles, EUR 31030 EN, Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, 2022, ISBN 978-92-76-49645-8 (online),978-92-76-49648-9 (print), doi:10.2760/59856 (online),10.2760/734643 (print), JRC128360.
  • Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
  • Abstract

    This report presents the results for the work conducted by the JRC as European Commission contribution to the first year of market surveillance and regarding emissions from motor vehicles. The document is structured in three main chapters: the requirements and methodologies for their verification (Part A), the test results and compliance outcome for the activities conducted by the Commission (Part B) and an overview of the main findings (Part C). Part A focuses on the requirements to be fulfilled by the vehicles and provides the main elements, further details being available in the regulatory texts. For some requirements, the verification cannot be made using the type approval procedure (e.g. durability, OBD). In such a case, ad-hoc procedures are proposed and are likely to be revised on a yearly basis making use of the experience gained. Part B presents the emissions test results and compliance findings for the individual vehicles analysed by the JRC during the last year. Part C is a summary of the findings and a tentative to draw recommendations from the lessons learnt, with a view to identifying the most critical items (e.g. which requirements have the highest risk not to be fulfilled) and to improving the efficiency of the whole process.

Geographic areas

European Union

Temporal coverage

From date To date
2020-01-01 2021-12-31

Additional information

Published by
European Commission, Joint Research Centre
Created date
2022-04-14
Modified date
2022-05-23
Issued date
2022-04-01
Language(s)
English
Data theme(s)
Energy, Environment, Health, Transport
Update frequency
unknown
Identifier
http://data.europa.eu/89h/2d763699-54e4-4b6a-abb2-b1aa2df47300
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