The Indian government headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has ratified the membership of Advanced Motor Fuels Technology Collaboration Programme (AMF TCP) under the International Energy Agency (IEA) on May 9, 2018.
The primary aim behind New Delhi joining AMF TCP is to facilitate India’s entry into advanced motor and alternate fuels’ market. This move is likely to bring down emissions and achieve higher fuel efficiency in the transport sector.
Apart from this, AMF TCP will also provide an opportunity for fuel analysis, identifying new and alternate fuels for deployment in transport sector, and allied R&D activities for reduction in emissions in fuel intensive sectors.
Other benefits of participating in AMF TCP are shared costs and pooled technical resources. It is also likely to help avoid duplication of efforts and strengthen national research and development capabilities. Read More
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