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ASEAN

At the ASEAN level, TCC advises and supports the implementation of the Kuala Lumpur Transport Strategic Plan 2016-2025 (KLTSP). Input and support for the development of this plan — which includes a specific chapter on sustainable transport for the first time — was given during the first phase of the project. The project regularly participates […]

Indonesia

Indonesia is the TCC partner country with the largest population, of which 54% are living in urban areas (2015)[5]. Yet, the population is spread out across 922 permanently inhabited islands. In Indonesia, the TCC project focusses on sustainability in the road freight sector and fuel economy standards for road vehicles. It is complimentary to other transport-related […]

Malaysia

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Thailand

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Advancing the fuel economy labeling policy in the Philippines

Taguig City, Philippines – Last September 5, 2018, the Department of Energy (DOE) organised a roundtable discussion with the private sector to agree on the provisions of the Philippines’ guidelines on fuel economy (FE) labeling for light duty vehicles. For this roundtable discussion, DOE invited representatives from vehicle manufacturers, importers, and dealers, together with GIZ, […]

12 future trainers from 4 ASEAN countries trained on MRV for Transport – TCC reaches the next step in the role out of its innovative MRV training

July 2018, Thailand – Transport professionals from TCC partner government agencies from Viet Nam, Thailand, Malaysia and the Philippines came together from 23rd to 26th July 2018 to participate in the Training of Trainers Course at the Climate Change International Technical and Training Centre (CITC) of the Thailand Greenhouse Gas Management Organization (TGO) in Bangkok. […]

First Evaluation of Effects from Thailand’s Fuel Economy Label ‘Ecosticker’ Now Available

July 2018, Thailand — As of June 2016, Thailand had a total of 37.1 million registered vehicles. Thereof, 20.5 million (55.3%) are motorcycles. The remaining 16.6 million non-motorcycle vehicles (44.7%) are dominated by eight million (21.6%) passenger cars and 6.2 million (or 16.8%) vans & pickups. This has significant implications, particularly for GHG emissions and […]

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