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Heavy Duty Vehicle Efficiency Programme: On-Highway Market Analysis Project - Request for Proposals

Citation ETI Heavy Duty Vehicle Efficiency Programme: On-Highway Market Analysis Project - Request for Proposals, ETI, 2014. https://doi.org/10.5286/UKERC.EDC.000751.
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Author(s) ETI
Project partner(s) ETI
Publisher ETI
DOI https://doi.org/10.5286/UKERC.EDC.000751
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Abstract The ETI believes that it is realistic to target an overall weighted average efficiency improvement across the in scope applications in excess of 30%. The expectation is that vehicles / vessels embodying technologies from this Programme will be on sale by 2020 and that the full efficiency benefit will be delivered into the market from 2030 onwards. It is intended that these vehicles / vessels will be competitively superior products and will be purchased preferentially due to their superior economics and mission performance in use.

The aim of this On-Highway Market Analysis Project is to provide the ETI with an improved understanding of the current activities and trends currently occurring in the On-Highway Heavy Duty Vehicle arena. Furthermore, future technologies and legislation will be assessed to further enhance the ETI’s knowledge of the existing market and anticipated future market state.

Using outputs of this Project, the ETI will be able to ensure that the monies that it is investing are generating innovative technologies. The ETI will also be able to assess the potential impact of the outcome of the Programme, based on this Project’s Deliverable(s).
Associated Project(s) ETI-HD2004: HDV On-Highway Market Analysis
Associated Dataset(s) No associated datasets
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