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July 4, 2022
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An assessment of the real-world emissions performance of a Bharat Stage VI truck and bus in India

A new study carried out by researchers from the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) with testing partner HORIBA India is among the first to quantify the real-world emissions from Bharat Stage (BS) VI diesel vehicles. One truck and one bus were evaluated via in-use portable emissions measurement system (PEMS) testing and the study is released as standards and provisions for India’s in-service conformity (ISC) tests for heavy-duty vehicles are being introduced for the first time with the BS VI regulation.A new study carried out by researchers from the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) with testing partner HORIBA India is among the first to quantify the real-world emissions from Bharat Stage (BS) VI diesel vehicles. One truck and one bus were evaluated via in-use portable emissions measurement system (PEMS) testing and the study is released as standards and provisions for India’s in-service conformity (ISC) tests for heavy-duty vehicles are being introduced for the first time with the BS VI regulation.

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