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The Global Fuel Economy Initiative
(GFEI):
opportunities for cooperation
International Conference:
Improving fuel economy ...
www.unep.org
UNEP: Transport Unit
The Global Fuel Economy Initiative (GFEI)
Mission: Facilitate large reductions of greenhouse gas
emissions and oil use thr...
GFEI Approach
1. Analysis: Data, modeling, baseline,
projections
2. Options: feebate, labeling, standard?
3. National stra...
Global light-duty vehicle stock could
triple between 2005 and 2050
Almost all growth is in developing countries
Source: IE...
Russia, #7
• Attractive market: low vehicle density (260/1000 vs.
532/1000 in Germany) + aged car fleet (~12 yrs)
• Growin...
“India, along with
Australia and
Russia now remain
the three largest
markets without an
official fuel efficiency
target.”
...
2020 2030 2050
New Cars 30% reduction in
L/100km in OECD:
engines, drive
trains, weights,
aerodynamics;
PHEV, EV, FC not
r...
Source: GFEI 2012 International Fuel Economy Comparison,
www.globalfueleconomy.org/Documents/Publications/wp8_internationa...
Meeting GFEI targets can stabilize global light-vehicle CO2
emissions, despite a near tripling of vehicle fleet
Where we work
Pilot Countries
Chile
Ethiopia
Indonesia
Kenya
Phase 2 Countries
Bahrain
Cô te d'Ivoire
Egypt
Georgia
Jamaic...
Reducing GHG emissions from road
transport in Russia’s medium-sized cities:
Russian Urban Sustainable Transport
(RUST)
• G...
RUST, 2
• Outcome 1: Approved and enforced supportive federal policies,
regulations, and institutional arrangements to inc...
• Regulatory
• Standards
• Economic
• Feebate
• Registration Tax
• Information
• Labeling
• Europe
• North America
• Afric...
oFirst mandatory labeling system for LDV’s in LAC,
March 2012 www.compraunautolimpio.cl
oFeebate proposal based on a bonus...
Transport Unit
Division of Technology, Industry and Economics
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
P.O. Box 30552
0...
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Vladimir Moshkalo, UNEP.
International Conference:
Improving fuel economy and reduction of emissions from road transport
17-18 June 2014 , Moscow

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The Global Fuel Economy Initiative (GFEI): opportunities for cooperation

  1. 1. The Global Fuel Economy Initiative (GFEI): opportunities for cooperation International Conference: Improving fuel economy and reduction of emissions from road transport 17-18 June 2014 , Moscow 1
  2. 2. www.unep.org
  3. 3. UNEP: Transport Unit
  4. 4. The Global Fuel Economy Initiative (GFEI) Mission: Facilitate large reductions of greenhouse gas emissions and oil use through improvements in automotive fuel economy in the face of rapidly growing car use worldwide, as per IPCC and G8 recommendations. www.globalfueleconomy.org
  5. 5. GFEI Approach 1. Analysis: Data, modeling, baseline, projections 2. Options: feebate, labeling, standard? 3. National strategy development, dialogues 4. Awareness, communication  Financial Support  Technical Expertise  Global Network
  6. 6. Global light-duty vehicle stock could triple between 2005 and 2050 Almost all growth is in developing countries Source: IEA Energy Technology Perspectives, 2035: ~ 2 x 2011 2050: ~ 2.5 x 2011
  7. 7. Russia, #7 • Attractive market: low vehicle density (260/1000 vs. 532/1000 in Germany) + aged car fleet (~12 yrs) • Growing incomes: SUV segment, luxury, compact city ICCT, 2012
  8. 8. “India, along with Australia and Russia now remain the three largest markets without an official fuel efficiency target.” www.globalfueleconomy.org
  9. 9. 2020 2030 2050 New Cars 30% reduction in L/100km in OECD: engines, drive trains, weights, aerodynamics; PHEV, EV, FC not required 50% average improvement globally: full hybridisation of most models; PHEV, EV and FC not required 50% + (PHEV, EV, FC required) All Cars - Global 20% reductions with lag time for stock turnover; eco- driving, maintenance 35% 50by50 ’50by50’ or 8 lge/100km to 4 lge/100km
  10. 10. Source: GFEI 2012 International Fuel Economy Comparison, www.globalfueleconomy.org/Documents/Publications/wp8_international_comparison.pdf
  11. 11. Meeting GFEI targets can stabilize global light-vehicle CO2 emissions, despite a near tripling of vehicle fleet
  12. 12. Where we work Pilot Countries Chile Ethiopia Indonesia Kenya Phase 2 Countries Bahrain Cô te d'Ivoire Egypt Georgia Jamaica Jordan Macedonia Mauritius Montenegro Morocco Peru Philippines Thailand Uruguay Vietnam Under Discussion Serbia Barbados Benin Russia St. Lucia Interested Armenia Azerbaijan Bangladesh Guatemala Mali Mozambique Nigeria Paraguay Sri Lanka Syria Togo Uganda Zambia Colombia Costa Rica Malaysia Nepal
  13. 13. Reducing GHG emissions from road transport in Russia’s medium-sized cities: Russian Urban Sustainable Transport (RUST) • GEF-supported, 2012-2017 • Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation (MoT), Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MoNRE), Tatarstan Ministry of Transport (TMoT), Kaliningrad Administration (KA), Ministry of Interior • UNEP/GFEI to work with MoT to address increased use of energy efficient vehicles in Russia.
  14. 14. RUST, 2 • Outcome 1: Approved and enforced supportive federal policies, regulations, and institutional arrangements to increase the use of low emission vehicles : • Conduct of a national public/private dialogue on practical policy and technology solutions for Russia and begin the work of designing, for example, a national vehicle labeling scheme, supporting fee-bate systems, a specific technology mandate for low emission vehicles in Russia, import restrictions, a federal fuel economy standard; • Development of an approved “technology road map” specific to low emission vehicles, including HEVs, EVs and PHEVs, zooming in on the potential market in Russia and using past IEA global analysis in the hybrid and electric vehicles sector; • Assessment of incentive policy options to encourage individual vehicle owners to become more energy efficient through increased use of low emission vehicles; • Drafting legal framework for enabling access to low emission vehicles
  15. 15. • Regulatory • Standards • Economic • Feebate • Registration Tax • Information • Labeling • Europe • North America • Africa • Latin America • Asia • Middle East • Baseline • Finance • FE Resources Next steps http://www.unep.org/transp ort/gfei/autotool/
  16. 16. oFirst mandatory labeling system for LDV’s in LAC, March 2012 www.compraunautolimpio.cl oFeebate proposal based on a bonus/malus system, including CO2 and local pollutants 2013+: Peru, Uruguay, Paraguay, Jamaica Chile
  17. 17. Transport Unit Division of Technology, Industry and Economics United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) P.O. Box 30552 00100 Nairobi Kenya www.unep.org/Transport www.globalfueleconomy.org

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