This webinar will cover a broad overview of the global CO2 compliance legislative landscape particularly in light of the coming Combustion Engine ban in 2030. This will include differing compliance metrics across the world, together with the UK-focused policy.
Join us to hear the strategies of various OEMs with particular insights from presenter Jaguar Land Rover and take away a variety of short-term and long-term solutions to prepare you and your organisation for future trends and changes to legislation.
Topics to be covered include:
- Broad overview of the global CO2 compliance legislative landscape
- Difference compliance metrics but same goal
- Overview of the various Internal Combustion Engines ban dates that have been announced
- Cost of non-compliance
- A look at various OEM strategies and public statements in response to this
- Short-term/long-term solutions for compliance (2025 vs 2040)
- Examples of JLR engineering solutions
- Future trends & legislation
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