The Future of Diesel in Europe – the threat from NOx

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Report summary

Increasing diesel use to meet Europe's road fuel needs has become a key phenomenon over the past fifteen years, driven by diesel’s fuel efficiency advantage over gasoline and a favourable tax regime. Nevertheless, Europe's love affair with diesel is now being questioned, driven by increasing health concerns from NOx and particulate emissions. The onus is now on EU member to limit these emissions. How they do so will be a a key issue for the European road fuel market over the next several years. 

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  • Executive Summary
  • Policy Context

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This report includes 4 images and tables including:


  • Percentage Diesel share in passenger car stock, 2000-2014
  • The Future of Diesel in Europe – the threat from NOx: Image 2
  • EURO standard NOx limits for passenger cars
  • NOx emissions in Greater London in 2010

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