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Environmental Friendly Vehicle Online Rating System

 

The major source of greenhouse gas emission which is directly related to everyone’s daily lives is from the transport sector. The greenhouse emission from transportation pollution accounts for a large proportion. The report from Environmental Defense Fund points out that the traffic pollution account for 28% of the greenhouse emission in US.

 

 In China, by now the population of the private cars is about 40 million, is growing at an annual rate of millions. In 2008, gasoline consumption in China is about 63 million tons, 90% of which is used by vehicles, and 170 million tons of carbon dioxide emitted directly into the atmosphere. China's "Air Pollution Prevention and Control Law," "Motor Vehicle Pollution Prevention Act," currently didn’t put carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas into the scope of pollutants. The regulations to reduce greenhouse gas emission are based on Fuel Economy standards.

 iCET releases EFV Online Rating System to provide consumers the environmental impact information of vehicles to guide green consumption. Its methodology is based on life cycle environmental impacts from the vehicle’s use, the fuel cycle (production and distribution), and from vehicle manufacturing. EFV rating system gave a green score for every passenger vehicles sold in Chinese market. At the same time, online system provides greenhouse gas emission calculation. Consumers could choose their favorite vehicle to calculate the greenhouse gas emission based on their own driving habits. The goal of the EFV rating system is to provide manufacturers, policy-makers, and consumers with an accurate and scientific method for differentiating vehicles by their total environmental impact.  The website currently includes data for 88 car brands and will continue to grow as new cars enter the Chinese market.

 

Currently, there is only Chinese website available. For more information about EFV Rating System, please contact our EFV Research Analyst Mr. Ding at: yeding@icet.org.cn