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About PCFV

The Partnership for Clean Fuels and Vehicles (PCFV) is the leading global public-private initiative promoting cleaner fuels and vehicles in developing and transition countries.

Established at the World Summit on Sustainable Development in September 2002 in Johannesburg, the PCFV brings together 72 organizations representing developed and developing countries, the fuel and vehicle industries, civil society, and leading world experts on cleaner fuels and vehicles. Our partners combine their resources and efforts to achieve cleaner air and lower greenhouse gas emissions from road transport by applying fuel quality improvements and proven vehicle technologies in use in leading global auto markets.

Following the successful ten-year campaign to end the use of leaded petrol on a global scale, the PCFV was re-launched in October 2012 in London with a renewed focus on;

  • The Lead Campaign: an effort aimed at completing the phase out of leaded petrol in the last countries still using TEL, and to ensure that only catalyst equipped vehicles will be added to national fleets in countries that have completed phase-out;

  • The Sulfur Campaign: an effort to promote the introduction of low sulfur fuels of 50 ppm or less together with the adoption of advanced vehicle emissions standards
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News & Updates

Vehicle Emissions Inspection and Testing Training,
Kigali, Rwanda, 10 -11 November 2014.
Africa Sustainable Transport Forum Launched
28-30 October 2014 in Nairobi, Kenya.
Cleaner Fuels and More Efficient Vehicles Conference for Central America
San Jose, Costa Rica, 3-4th November, 2014.

East Africa region pilots the PCFV clean fuels and vehicles regulatory toolkit
September 2014.

UK court charges four for role in lead trade corruption
EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: Air Pollution – A Silent Killer
 

Upcoming Events


Regional Forum on Promoting Vehicle Fuel Quality and Fuel Economy Policies for the League of Arab States
Cairo, Egypt 24-25 November 2014
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