Forum Roundtable on

The Global Fuel Economy Initiative
Thursday, 27 May 2010 - 17.00-19.00 - Hall 5
This special session provided an opportunity to discuss how innovation can be promoted to meet the targets for cutting CO2 emissions from cars set under the Global Fuel Economy Initiative by the International Transport Forum with its partners: the United Nations Environment Program, the International Energy Agency and the FIA Foundation. The initiative calls for the average emissions of new cars sold in OECD markets to be 50% below 2005 levels by 2030 and for CO2 emissions from cars to be 50% below business as usual projections in 2050.
  • Lew Fulton, Transport Energy Specialist, International Energy Agency

  • George Eads, Executive Director, GFE 2010
  • Steven E. Plotkin, Argonne National Laboratory, USA Key Issues for Fuel Economy
  • KG Duleep, ICF International A View on Fuel Economy Technology Potential and Opportunities in India and China
  • Henry Li, BYD Company An Auto Industry Perspective on Innovation and Fuel Economy
  • Mitsuhiko Yamashita, Nissan An Auto Industry Perspective on Innovation and Fuel Economy

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