The 2013 edition of Green Week, the biggest annual conference on European environment policy organized by the European Commission, took place from 4 to 7 June 2013 at The Egg Conference Centre in Brussels.
Innovating for Cleaner Air
AECC co-organized a session on Innovating for Cleaner Air with two Commissioners and 2 high-level speakers from the European emissions control industry. The event was moderated by Mr Walsh, Founding Board Chairman, International Council on Clean Transportation.
Conference session 1.4: Major pollutant sources and source identification
AECC contributed to the Green Week conference session 1.4 with a presentation on emissions control technologies.Mr Bosteels, AECC Executive Director Emissions Control Technologies for Mobile Pollution Sources
In addition to the AECC stand (n°29) in the main exhibition room, after-treatment systems for reducing emissions from passenger cars, trucks and buses, non-road mobile machinery and motorcycles were also displayed during the whole Green Week by AECC Member companies in a 160-m² room. The exhibition offered visitors a chance to study real-scale emission control technologies.
Youtube Chanel: Green Week 2013
In his closing speech, Commissioner for Environment Mr Potočnik stressed that “the clean technology industry demanded stricter EU emission limit values for vehicles, as well as retrofitting requirements, improved emission test cycles, and promotion of SULEVs (Super Low Emission Vehicles). It also stressed that the EU should not stop at Euro 6. We need to keep pace with the latest developments elsewhere, and particularly in the US.”